My Wagon Project!! O'tannenbrown

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Post by goichi1 » 05 Sep 2011 22:00

I heard that those sleeves are NLA, where did you get new ones? I guess I should check that tomorrow too.....I did think about cutting them off, but was worried I couldn't get new ones. Thanks for the tip!

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Post by TerryHackman » 05 Sep 2011 22:30

I just went to my local parts supplier and he got the number from the bearing catalogue and ordered up a set. I just checked my invoice to get a part # but since it is hand written all I can see for the bearing number is 391 and the seal number is 19223. Each bearing came with a new sleeve. I believe these are NATIONAL numbers.

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Post by goichi1 » 05 Sep 2011 22:53

Cool! thanks for the info, I will go by the parts store tomorrow and see if they can find something. my book shows the part numbers for:
1. collar, bearing 43255-18000
2. bearing 43215-22500
3. seal, oil 43252-18000

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Post by jason » 06 Sep 2011 07:25

Rich, I believe I got those bearings and seals last year from Nissan.
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Post by goichi1 » 06 Sep 2011 10:18

I just ordered the bearings, from a local parts shop, they don't know if the bearing comes with the sleeve or not, but they were $50 each, so I hope so. Are the seals the same as a sedan?? just curious because they didn't list one for a wagon.....I get them today....

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Post by Rudydog » 06 Sep 2011 11:12

I know I ordered both seals and bearing from Riley at Lynchburg Nissan.

43215-H5000 Bearing Wheel $34.86 each
43255-H1000 Collar -Axle $14.29 each
43252-H1000 Seal Oil $4.51 each

These are the parts shown on the invoice.

April of 2011.

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Post by goichi1 » 06 Sep 2011 11:20

Thanks! I should have waited a few minutes for your post!! that's cheaper too!! I'll see what I get today then order that if this is not good....thanks again!

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Post by goichi1 » 06 Sep 2011 18:03

Ok! the bearing came with the new sleeve, so I asked the parts shop where I can get it pressed on and they told me Les Schwab, right next door, I walked in and the guy is like "that'll cost you $90.00 an hour, and it'll take about an hour to press it" I was like "are you kidding me? I could hammer it on in about 15 minutes.....so pressing should only take a few less.....I walked back out.

went to a 4x4 shop and the guy is going to do it for about 40 bucks, he's cutting the old ring off of both the used one and the bent one, then pressing the new one back on the used shaft....so that's not too bad, I guess....I wish I had a press.....maybe that's on the list to buy for the shop.....

so, to change this is costing over $100.00 so far....in bearing and labor = tax. I need to open a shop. :shock:

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Post by gbaby2089 » 07 Sep 2011 07:10

I'm liking this thus far. The TE37's really modernize the 510 without being too much and clashing.

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Post by goichi1 » 07 Sep 2011 22:08

Ok! update!!! picked up the shaft today from the 4x4 shop today, they did a nice job and even pressed the missing stud into the hub, cost me $40.00, so that wasn't too bad. got it all back together and it's good to go now, adjusted and bled the brakes, stops good and spins true!! I'm happy about that!
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Post by goichi1 » 08 Sep 2011 21:55

stopped by the local junk yard today and scored this out of a B210!! got it home and took it apart, blasted it, will paint it tomorrow....it's going on the wagon! I had bought one off ebay, seller said it fit the 510, but it was too big around, hit the clutch cylinder, I think it's for a z car....but not sure.
...before and after....
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Post by q-tip » 09 Sep 2011 08:13

nice score on the booster
'72 4dr w KA24DE
'76 620 king cab

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Post by goichi1 » 09 Sep 2011 09:42

thanks! yea, I got it for a whole $15.00!! the master looked fairly new....

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Post by goichi1 » 09 Sep 2011 22:35

Here's the booster all done now! I might try to install it tomorrow.....not sure yet.
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Post by RonM » 10 Sep 2011 18:17

OK Rich You win! That thing looks like it just came out of the box. :shock:. This just isn't fare Dude... Your work shop is carpeted? I'll bet yo have a cappuccino maker in there too. :cry: Seriously though, that power assist mod will be a jewel.
Sometimes people loose touch with subjectivity, because they've got they're heads stuck too far up they're own,,, Reality.

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