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I currently have a leak in the passenger side rear wheel inner seal. All I can find is workhorse part number (way too expensive). Does anyone have the manufactures part number?? Would like to have both outside and inside seal part numbers...Thanks

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It is a truck rear axle and WH used a few different brands. I believe yours may be a Dana rear axle and parts are readily available from truck service shops.

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the seal will have a part number on it google that number

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visavis47 wrote:

I currently have a leak in the passenger side rear wheel inner seal. All I can find is workhorse part number (way too expensive). Does anyone have the manufactures part number?? Would like to have both outside and inside seal part numbers...Thanks


Unless things have changed dramatically, there will be NO outside axle seal. All that seals the diff fluid from escaping is the end of the hub, is the axle end, with all the bolts tight. About 98% of the diff builders for the larger truck axles, use no actual gasket. They may use Silicone.

As for the inner one, why don't you just simply remove the hub and wipe things off and see for yourself, what the number is? It will be right there, on the outside of the seal. It could be a "CR" or, Chicago Rawhide brand. But, this way you'll know EXACTLY what the seal part number is and you can cross reference it to your hearts content.
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Your rear end is likely labeled as a Spicer model # S-130.

The Workhorse seal # is W8000276 and the Dana-Spicer's part # is W20HH100.

https://www.finditparts.com/products/2030547/dana-holding-corporation-
w20hh100

Or made by SKF part# SKF 35000

https://www.rockauto.com/fr/moreinfo.php?pk=1837330&jsn=8

Also see DIY video of replacing seal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNw5wYmektE

* This post was last edited 11/06/19 07:49am by GREGORYJ *   View edit history


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As for the inner one, why don't you just simply remove the hub and wipe things off and see for yourself, what the number is? It will be right there, on the outside of the seal. It could be a "CR" or, Chicago Rawhide brand. But, this way you'll know EXACTLY what the seal part number is and you can cross reference it to your hearts content.
Scott


And while you are there you can read the bearing numbers. Most times, if the seal lasts a week, then starts to leak it is a safe bet you have bearing issue. (If it doesn't last a week? Installer issue)

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Thanks all. Needed the part number because I am not doing the install and don't have a seal in my hand. Gregory J thanks much.

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