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RV or Renault Trafic axle seals


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mrbeyer
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May 2, 2016, 10:59 AM

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1986
Itasca Phasar (Same as Winnebago Lesharo or Renault Trafic
2L Turbo Diesel
45000

Unable to find the rear axle bearing seal part number or source. The Renault Trafic was used as the chassis for the winnebago Lesharo and the Itasca Phasar. Really need this axle seal. 1985-1986, Vin number available if needed.


Tom Greenleaf
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May 2, 2016, 12:22 PM

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Re: RV or Renault Trafic axle seals Sign In

Barely have a chance as this isn't sold to the US or if so not by any "Renault" name. I don't know if axle is custom for this or what if Winnebago used it ( a US coach maker for mostly campers ) they bought it from a car maker.


Try this: Look for part # on the seal if you have to really clean it or whatever. Look for a tag on I think you mean an "axle/differential" ??
Next would be go to a real parts outlet and see if it can be matched up by size if an old one isn't really destroyed then if so the right parts people can try with specs taken from axle and where seal presses in,


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mrbeyer
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May 2, 2016, 1:05 PM

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Re: RV or Renault Trafic axle seals Sign In

part number is 325, no cross reference, no manufacturer. Entire chassis including rear axle is for the Renault Trafic. It is very difficult to find, has a very narrow profile. Been to several bearing places, numerous parts place, and a couple rv places, no luck.


Tom Greenleaf
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May 2, 2016, 2:00 PM

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Re: RV or Renault Trafic axle seals Sign In

I tried another approach as it seems you've been to and asked but no good help for a few bucks USD worth of parts. I just Searched Axle Seals and your part # which didn't work but lead to sites that you can order by size. Those would be US based probably and I didn't dig in for a plain freakin' phone # if need be.


Link thu "Bing's" search engine was..........
http://www.bing.com/...Size&FORM=RESTAB


That's what the dang parts outlet have at their fingertips or should and just didn't help you or didn't know how?


Parts is it's own profession in many ways but keep searching and you'll find it or better questions asked for you to check or sent on to another source. I can't believe it's not even somewhat common probably used in other assorted things you don't even know about?


Search away and at some point may need exact measuring tool I could use a "Vernier Caliper" type tool would do,


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