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Speedy sleeve for harmonic balancer

Got a new lpop from Mellon. Did not get a new sleeve. Napa does not have them. Another parts store has them but said there are different sizes. Does anybody have a part number or size for a 7.3.

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I believe a new sleeve comes with a new front crankshaft seal. Try that route. There's only one size for a 7.3L.
I don't have access to my part number list right now, but may be able to track that down later this evening.

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I think SKF 99253 is the part you want.


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I have Ford PN F4TZ-6700-A for that front crank seal.
Napa should be able to cross it over to their number.

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Thanks for the help guys.

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Hello Klhansen, Thanks for part number.

On a side note Iam trying to get up your way.Been looking at Kenai and outside of Anchorage along with Eagle River.

Been in Los Angeles for 60 years,that is enough.

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Hello Klhansen, Thanks for part number.

On a side note Iam trying to get up your way.Been looking at Kenai and outside of Anchorage along with Eagle River.

Been in Los Angeles for 60 years,that is enough.

No problem. Happy to help.
You might want to wait till things stop shaking before coming up.
But on the other hand - I'd get away as fast as I could from LA.
I grew up near Santa Barbara and hated to have to go to LA. That was back in the days when you couldn't see it when coming over the hill from north.

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