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Old 07-15-2017, 11:23 AM
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For 3500 Axle: 1 - Wheel Bearing Set for one hub, 2 grease seals. $20, I will pay shipping.

I sold my 2720 and bought a 3023. I thought they both had the same axles. I keep my spare emergency axle/hub bearing parts for the new TM. Later I found The 3023 we bought has a 5,200 axle where the 2720 had a 3,500 lb axle. Don't need the parts.

All parts are for 3,500 LBS axle

1 wheel bearing set both cone bearings and races for one hub new in sealed package.
- New, NAPA outer bearing and race PN BR4 (made in JAPAN) - retail 11.99
- New, NAPA inter bearing and race PN BR17 (made in JAPAN) - retail 12.99

2 New Hub grease seals - I paid $10

The black hub bras in the picture are no longer available.

All for $20, I pay the shipping.

Call or text Art (614) 256-1070 andre6965@gmail.com
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:10 AM
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Hi Art,

I would be interested in the parts you have. I have a 2006 2720SL with stock axles and hubs. I'd assume that these parts would fit? If I bought new NAPA inners and outers I could do both wheels? Finally I'm a pretty fair shade tree mechanic can I do this myself or do you need a press? Thanks.
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:49 PM
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Jim, the other day I thought I updated the post by lowering the price to $20 because the bras I gave to a friend. Somehow I only update the price at the bottom of the post, not at the top. And did not remove the bras. I just corrected the post. Sorry for the correction. If you are still interested give me a call.

No you don't need a press. You do need a punch, preferred brass punch to work the race out.

Did a quick check and found this YouTube video, which shows the method. Please reference my note below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-q9QFRhLi4

Please take the video with a grain of salt. I just wanted to show you the over method. It is recommended to use a brass punch to greatly reduce the risk of marring the machine surface of the drums. I would use a block of hardwood and hammer to work the race in until it was flush. To finish seating it I would use the brass punch.

If you are interested in the parts. Please call. Thanks
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