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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Gary L » Mon Jun 18, 2012 3:37 pm

I found a conversion for the Companion Bearing Washer that sits between the nut and the bearing. The TM part number is MS27183-23 and they can be found at Fastenal under part number 9900097. I found this out of neccessity since John Emory told me today he was out of them and would have to look for some take offs. Unfortunately mine is completely missing and must be replaced. Fastenal price was $3.98 + tax and shipping but the good news is they can be found and are usually located in a town near you. Should you decide to make your own the size is .812 I.D. by 1.469 O.D. by .134 thick made from steel. Hope this helps someone like it did me.
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Gary L » Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:00 pm

For those of you who may be wanting a local source for U-Joints. I had to buy one today and found it at O'Reillys under the Federal-Mogal brand of Precision Universal Joints. The part number I chose was "Precision 341AG". It has the same .9375 diameter cap in all 4 places and measures 2.411 overall. It is the direct replacement for Spicers series 1100 according to the guy at the counter. The "AG" designation uses a 90 degree grease zerk like the original and is located in the center of the cross. If you purchase just a "341 joint" it will come greasable but uses a straight zerk that is located between the caps. I should have everything back together this weekend if I get my chores done and will post the results. Fit, clearance of zerk etc.

Got them in today and the fit was great. Made in the USA and the grease zerk hole was located in the middle of the cross as it should be. The only issue was that the zerk is not at 90 degrees. It is actually about 75 degrees so I used the old grease zerks which fit just fine with no clearance issues. Probably would have been fine with the 75 degree zerks but figured I would just stay with the 90 degree.
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Gary L » Sat Aug 18, 2012 11:58 am

Here is a pic of the differences. Only the angle of the grease zerk and it does not interfere with anything.
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NAPA numbers -wheel hub

Post by charles fitton » Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:56 am

Is there anything special about the "preformed packing" used in the wheel hubs, or is this just Army Speak for "O"rings? Is the size known? And is the seal inside the hub is National 473455?
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Chuck W. » Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:09 pm

Standard rubber O-rings. The small one on the axle nut is 1/8" x 1-3/8"OD and the big one on the hub is 3/16" x 1-7/8" OD. There is no seal inside the hub, but the hub seal that goes inside the knuckle housing is a Nationa 473455 for the steer axle and a National 715100 for the non-steer axle.

I sell a package that has the small O-ring, the large O-ring and the axle nut retaining roll pin for $4 per wheel + Shipping, runs about $19 total for a set of 4, PM me if you are interested.
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by hotrod6779 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 2:38 pm

I was looking for a fuel pump for my mule today and found another part # that may interest you guys. It's a Carter m70058. Unlike the airtex 1202 this i snot obsolete. I manag a parts store so if any of you guys need me to try and cross some numbers let me know

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Chuck W. » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:19 pm

Looking at the photos, I don't think the Carter will work on the mule engine, totally different lever.

Airtex 1202:
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by hotrod6779 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 7:34 pm

disregard The parts system we use didnt show a photo or diagram. But I got a super deal on my new carter pump.

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by 97 heavyduty » Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:10 am

Spring pins for the hubs is 9/64 X 1 1/4. Fastenal part # 0165874. $8.01 for 100 pins

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by 97 heavyduty » Wed Dec 04, 2013 6:50 pm

Talked to the Airtex support guy and he crossed to old fuel pump #1202 to a new number #73105. Ordered one off amazon prime for $48 with free shipping. Might take awhile to receive though. 3 to 4 weeks out. You can order one through the regular site buts its quite a bit more and receive it faster.

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Chuck W. » Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:58 am

Thanks, that's some welcome information. Checking that 73105 number, looks like it is available at several places now, although about twice the price as before! Progress, I guess :)

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by WLEIT » Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:45 am

It's been a few months since I checked the Mule board and wow, I'm definitely going around this week and buying spare parts. Thanks for the posting guys. My Mule is running great, hauling wood, rocks, kids and has been running the local parades. Thanks again for all the help and tips. Happy New Year!

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Chuck W. » Tue Jan 07, 2014 9:46 pm

Towbar bell crank bolt, 3/4"-16 x 5-1/2": McMaster-Carr 91247A486 $4.57
Towbar bell crank bolt locknut, 3/4"-16 Nylon-insert thin hex locknut; McMaster-Carr 94945A235 $2.75

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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by 97 heavyduty » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:04 pm

After buying a few grommets that didn't fit between the fuel filter and the engine assembly, I found one that fits good. Its a Dorman # 42061
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Re: NAPA numbers

Post by Chuck W. » Sat Feb 15, 2014 10:09 am

I wish I knew you were looking for the grommet, I found an exact match at McMaster-Carr, #9307K28. Had to buy a package of 50, I would have sent you one!

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