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Does anyone have the part numbers for this? Looking for the seal that includes the wearsleeve. Also does that come with all the tools needed to set it at the correct depth? Thanks.
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Is there a groove if so how deep?
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Is there a groove if so how deep?
Not sure. Havent taking it apart. Im guessing its the original seal with 207,000 miles on it. Just preparing for worst case. Side note, what would a shop charge to replace this?
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Just replace the seal. Doubt seriously that it has a groove.

About 3 to 4 hours labor plus the seal and front gear cas cover gasket.
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A diesel specialty shop charged me $267 parts and labor in eastern PA. They will only buy the seal and sleeve kit, nobody seems to get the paper gasket, they always use grey RTV for the cover.


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The gasket used on the 12v is not really paper. Well atleast the one from Cummins isn't.
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