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dmac0923
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Dec 21, 2013, 8:39 PM

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2002 Ford Ranger XLT 4wd 4.0L V6 Auto

I have a leaking drivers side rear axle seal. I plan on replacing both left and right seals and bearings but i cant seem to find the parts for the rear axle. Everything I find is for the front axle.

i think i might have found something on rockauto but it does seem definitive in the item description and im not fond of not being able to return the parts if the are wrong.
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Sidom
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Dec 21, 2013, 9:55 PM

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Hey long time no see......Good to see ya still poppin in....I see ya got your ABS problem handled......

Look under the drivetrain section of the Rock auto catalog & you should find everything you are looking for....

I'm sure you probably already know this but the difference between the 41364000 & 41464000 is the 364 is just a standard bearing w/o a seal & the 464 is an axle saver bearing with the seal & bearing as one unit....it's for cases where either the bearing or seal area on the axle has been damaged.....it puts both in a different spot on the axle.....If both areas are good, just go with a standard bearing & seal


(This post was edited by Sidom on Dec 21, 2013, 10:18 PM)


nickwarner
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Dec 22, 2013, 6:06 AM

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Another helpful thing to chase down ford parts is motorcraft.com. You can look up parts by application or by VIN, which comes in handy when there were multiple option for something. Shows you the same exploded views your parts guy at the dealership uses and they can be quite useful in their own right. If you select a dealer it will show you pricing, stock and availability. Even if you aren't going to get a factory part you might get a parts store to cross-reference the OEM part number when their listings come up short. Its come in handy for me with my Bronco.


DanD
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Dec 23, 2013, 6:06 AM

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I've found the part numbers; but need to know if the ring gear is 7.5" or 8.8".
These are SKF (CHICAGO RAWHIDE) part numbers
7.5 Wheel bearing # R1563TAV
7.5 Axle seal # 13992
8.8 Wheel bearing # R1559TV
8.8 Axle seal # 16404

Dan.

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dmac0923
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Dec 23, 2013, 6:56 PM

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thanks guys, thats what i ended up having to do (using ford's parts diagram)
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2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2002 Ford Ranger
2004 Toyota Corolla
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1






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