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    Crankshaft seals for 700

    I'm looking for generic part numbers to get the crank seals for my 700 i'm rebuilding. Cant seem to find this info anywhere. I would like to purchase them from my local bearing supplier.


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    Are there any numbers on your old seals. Those would be industry numbers that the bearing house use. Other wise see if they can match them up by size.

    Here are a set of seals that a member is selling.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT

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    When you find the numbers and order info, please post it here.

    Thanks.

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    i would buy this http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NOS-P...item2c57e19412

    don't be cheap when it comes to crank seals they are a Very IMPORTANT piece of your motor

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    hi cross ref same as genesis 1999 and 1200 s seal part no 5411524. 3610044.

    spec on metal one. 1319-50-1502 tnt.
    rubber one tc 35 72 11 50-1503 tnt 1320
    Last edited by K447; 10-04-2014 at 11:28 AM.

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    I dont intend to buy cheap ones, I just want to get them locally from my bearing supply house. I am going to ask for the best they can get for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    I dont intend to buy cheap ones, I just want to get them locally from my bearing supply house. I am going to ask for the best they can get for me.
    just take the old ones in and they will match them up for you

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    Thats exactly what I plan to do.

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    PM Morg15t If ya don't hear back from him, PM me. I'll try to look in our seals/gaskets drawer when I get a chance, I'm sure we have several laying around you could have. Just have to do some digging in the right hole...

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    Looked today. We have one domestic mag seal, and 2 pto seals (but not sure what they're from, but likely domestic engines)

    PM me if you want them.

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