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Old 05-27-2010, 06:32 PM
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Whats the part name for the wheel seal?

What is the exact name for the wheel hub seal that keeps the vacuum seal for the auto 4x4? Its on the inner side of the knuckle pretty sure mine is shot and advanced cant give me an exact part # or name for it. Thx
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What is the exact name for the wheel hub seal that keeps the vacuum seal for the auto 4x4? Its on the inner side of the knuckle pretty sure mine is shot and advanced cant give me an exact part # or name for it. Thx
You can't get that seal at Advance. Ford only. It is the hub/vacuum seal. This one, F81Z-3254-CB
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ok thx. Any idea how much it is?
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Lists for over $40 and you need 2 of them. Also needs 2 dust seals and 2 o-rings, all Ford parts. Check out this site. Shows how to do the entire job and all parts and tools needed. Ford Super Duty Ball Joint Replacement Procedure | Superdutypsd.com
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Alright thx for the help
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Alright thx for the help
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i was able to get that seal at advance auto. i just dont remember what is was called in their system.
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Here is another link with the seal. Ford Excursion 4X4 Outer Axle Seal F81Z-3254-CB: Seal1-F81Z-3254-CB -excursion Auto Parts Direct To You | AutoPartsDirectToYou.com
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