Flange Leak

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Uli-RT
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Flange Leak

Post by Uli-RT » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:02 am

Hello everybody,
should anyone have problems with flange leaks,
there is a solution at SKF.
greetings
Uli

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Jim Molloy
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Re: Flange Leak

Post by Jim Molloy » Sun Dec 22, 2019 5:58 pm

Uli,
Thank your for the reminder. Do you have the SKF part number? The dimensions? The cost? Do you plan to use the same size seal or one with a slightly larger internal diameter? Was the sleeve a simple press fit or did you heat the sleeve/chill the stub axle prior to installation.

Jim Molloy
Waldersee Farm
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Uli-RT
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Re: Flange Leak

Post by Uli-RT » Tue Dec 24, 2019 3:37 am

Hello Jim,
I bought a complete set for € 40. The shaft seal has the original size. The repair sleeve is very thin. Installation tool is included. Takes a few minutes. Very easy to assemble. Under no circumstances make it hot.
The parts are available from Claas (Friese in the C303.de Forum) in Germany. Not easy to get.
greetings
Uli

Jim Molloy
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Re: Flange Leak

Post by Jim Molloy » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:02 pm

Hi Uli,
Thank you for the information.
Take care.
Jim

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