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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-23-2007, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Front Wheel seal part number

Anyone have the Ford or Motorcraft part number for this?

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-28-2007, 01:39 AM
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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

If you mean the rolling diaphram seal, off the top of my head its a Motorcraft BRS-84.
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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

Dave, I am talking about the seal that goes in the back side of the hub and seals the hub to the spindle. What is a rolling diaphram seal? I am kind of guessing that might be the one that seals the stub axle to the back side of the spindle but?????? I suppose I should actually replace all the seals when I pull it apart to do rotors and calipers.

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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

Man i have to do this sometime also not looking forward to it Tom are you useing a shop manuel or are ya just winging it ? I guess it is like my old chevy 4x4 ??? Last obs ford I was into was way back in 95 .

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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

I have the factory books which I really like. I have had it apart before to repack. I just want to order all the parts and have them on hand when I dig into it.

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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

It is the number of the axle-back of spindle seal (RDS). I can seem to find it only at the Ford dealer. The rotor seals I've been able to get anywhere so I never wrote it down. The rolling diaphram seal does not need to be replaced when repacking the bearings.
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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

Tom how about F81Z.1S175.HCA SPINDLE SEAL INNER AND F3TZ.1S175.AA SPINDLE SEAL OUTER HUB SEAL IS F4TZ.1S190.A


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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

Thanks Kip!

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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

The hub seal part number does not want to work at online parts places for some reason.

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Re: Front Wheel seal part number

Tom I think it is a F7TZ.1S175.AA instead Kip Also I think the outer spindle seal is F2TZ.1S175.CA for auto hubs and F3TZ.1S175.AA for manual hubs and the inner seal is the same on both F81Z.1S175.HCA I hope this helps


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