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Does anybody have a crossover number for wheel seals on a Massey 1655 differential, noticed mine were leaking tonight when I pulled them off to have them sand blasted and painted
 

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Sure do have as I've changed mine a few yrs ago. National # 481792 [1.125 x 2.125 x 0.250] the hardest part will be pulling the rear hub off the tapered splinned axle. I ended up drilling 3 holes evenly spaced around the raised ring on the hub and used a good steering wheel puller to pull the hub off the axle.Larry
 

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Frank Morris said:
probably need to change the O ring seals in the axle hubs also, or they'll still leak
O-rings IN the hubs? Are you meaning the hubs to go onto the tapered axles? No such thing in my 1655 turned 1855.
 

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olcowhand said:
O-rings IN the hubs? Are you meaning the hubs to go onto the tapered axles? No such thing in my 1655 turned 1855.
Yeah,my 1655 doesn't have them either.
 

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olcowhand said:
O-rings IN the hubs? Are you meaning the hubs to go onto the tapered axles? No such thing in my 1655 turned 1855.
Sorry for the subterfuge, just wanted to know if the newer masseys, 1650, 1655, 1855 had the big O ring inside like the MF10s, AGCO Parts started using the Starlight APP to view diagrams, never have figured out how to install it to where it will work. Parts books with no diagrams are faily useless
 

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Thanks for the information guys got them on order, 2 in western Canada not a very common seal and the price at $17.50 a piece that's enough thanks again!!
 
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