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Old 02-08-2020, 10:26 PM   #1
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Stehl dolly axle seals

I recently purchased a used stehl dolly with surge brakes. I am servicing the bearings and need only the axle seals. Stehl sells the bearings and seals as a kit and I donít need bearings. If anyone has found a part number for the seals I could buy them at any auto supply .All help appreciated
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A professional auto parts supplier, like NAPA can use the seal dimensions to find the correct seal.
Or just use this link to CR seals: https://www.skfextranet.com/crsealsfinder/
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I have measured them in the past- the outside diameter of the axle and the inside of the hub but my loaned out vernier caliper canít seem to find its way home., thus hoping someone knew a seal part number.
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if you have not already punched out the seals, you can repack the inner bearing using a needle zerk. looks like a syringe needle with a grease zerk stuck on 1 end. no need to punch out the seal using this cool tool.
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Doesn't your Steel have Ez Lube spindles?
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Call E trailer.

Personally
I like to cary two pairs of bearings and seals.
Very cheap insurance.
May save a tow.
May save a vacation.
Cheapest insurance you can own.
I also carry a mounted spare.

I detest being stranded and helpless

Pay $50 now or $500. Plus on the road.
A possibility
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Doesn't your Steel have Ez Lube spindles?
The older ones have conventional bearings.
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Found the kit at Oreilley auto parts. Master Pro GT-7 has seal and both inner and outer bearings For $ 22. Listed as a kit for 3500 pound trailer axles. Just the seal we believe it to be was $12. Pretty much a no brainer to replace it all.
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try this

https://www.etrailer.com/faq-popular...-bearings.aspx
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