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Homemade Seal and Bearing Race Driver


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Irelands Child on hotrodders.com
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Seal and bearing race driver for Ford 350 rear hubs. Bearing race driver is 1/2" T6061 aluminum cut to size using a bandsaw. Seal driver is made from a 1 3/16" thick piece of oak. A relief for the raised portion of the seal is cut into the wood using a circle cutter and a hole saw. Center hole is drilled for the bolt that connects the wooden piece to flat stock with the tightening nut.
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Dec 16, 2013 11:54 PM
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With an assortment of diameters, you'd have a seal and bearing installer that would work across several platforms.
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DIY Seal and Bearing Race Driver - comment on how to build a Seal and Bearing Race Driver - 1 comments
DIYer says:
Dec 16, 2013 11:54 PM
With an assortment of diameters, you'd have a seal and bearing installer that would work across several platforms.

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