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Old 08-12-2009, 09:15 PM   #1
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Finally found the replacement O-Ring at NAPA that the Ford dealership wanted $ 12.50 for, however it did include a 4x4 sticker (yippee)
The Ford part # F3TZ-1K106-A is replaced by a 3.50" I.D. x 3/32" thickness, Napa part # 727-2153. Hope this info helps somebody if needed.
This is the o-ring between the backside of the hub and the rotor.
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Old 08-14-2009, 11:38 AM   #2
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Old 08-14-2009, 06:48 PM   #3
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Sorry I forgot to add that !!! They were $ 1.59 each.
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Old 08-15-2009, 10:20 PM   #4
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Finally found the replacement O-Ring at NAPA that the Ford dealership wanted $ 12.50 for, however it did include a 4x4 sticker (yippee)
The Ford part # F3TZ-1K106-A is replaced by a 3.50" I.D. x 3/32" thickness, Napa part # 727-2153. Hope this info helps somebody if needed.
This is the o-ring between the backside of the hub and the rotor.
4x4 sticker?

You talking about the big oring behind the hub body on the pre-98 hubs?
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Yes, they come with a replacement 4x4 sticker for the locking hub knob as well.
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not at all. i walked into the office with a set of d-35 axle C-clips and thrust washers and a fistfull of hub o-rings, showed them to george and he rolled his eyes and waved me away

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I got mine at a local 4x4 shop for a few bucks each, since napa said thy could not get them and just use RTV for a replacement
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Finally found the replacement O-Ring at NAPA that the Ford dealership wanted $ 12.50 for, however it did include a 4x4 sticker (yippee)
The Ford part # F3TZ-1K106-A is replaced by a 3.50" I.D. x 3/32" thickness, Napa part # 727-2153. Hope this info helps somebody if needed.
This is the o-ring between the backside of the hub and the rotor.
Good info, I'll see if they still have them.
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