Differential seal Retainer O-ring, Help and advice please

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Differential seal Retainer O-ring, Help and advice please

Postby CraigKennedy » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:11 am

Hey yall, Today I started to reassemble my right hand final drive to my differential, I ordered the O-ring for the differential seal retainer from TM, part # 350840R1 and the problem is that the new ring is way to small. like half the size of the old one, and half the thickness. And the old o-ring stretched out some when I was removing it so I don't want to reuse it. Anybody dealt with this before? or know what O-ring is correct?

Thanks, Craig
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Re: Differential seal Retainer O-ring, Help and advice pleas

Postby Bob McCarty » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:27 am

I'd call or email TM. That may have happened because of the transition as Tom and Lynn retire. I've gotten the o-ring from them in the past and it was the correct one. Did it come in a Case/IH bag with the correct part # on it?

Bob

Edit: I think you may want part # 87421144 (TM's # DF376) under "differential", your part # doesn't match TM's picture.
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Re: Differential seal Retainer O-ring, Help and advice pleas

Postby CraigKennedy » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:50 am

Bob, It came in a CNH bag with the part number 350840R1

Bob, you are exactly right, It was my goof up not TM's. When I was ordering I mistaked that O-ring for the seal retainer.

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Re: Differential seal Retainer O-ring, Help and advice pleas

Postby Jim Becker » Sat Nov 15, 2014 3:14 pm

350840R1 is the o-ring for the lower shaft at the front of the transmission.


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