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    Tailshaft seal M5R2 part number?

    Can anyone tell the part number for the tailshaft seal on a M5R2? I think the Ford ones are the recomended ones so they dont leak. How much are you paying for them?

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    I think you'll find your answer here
    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthre...highlight=m5r2

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    Since I couldn't find Rico's answer in Mike's link...........

    does anyone have a factory part number on the M5R2 tailshaft seal?

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    I think this is the one


    E8TZ7052C

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    That's the one, an old F-150 part number ...


    cheers
    Ed

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    Great! Thanks guys. Ed, do you know if the number still works?

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    It's still a valid part number to order ... it fits all of the 4x2 F-150s with the M5R2 trans. Lots of those around to be looked after yet!

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    On rockauto SKF 14900. I find the skf are identical to OEM seals, I try to avoid others.
    It isn't a cheap seal but it is a good one. If you need a bushing or yoke any seal will leak. I have replaced quite a few bushings on these. Usually the yoke is bad at the same time.
    factory number from rockauto is E8TZ7052C
    Alan

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    My yoke does have some scoring. Maybe I would be better off just leaving everything as is until the trans needs gone through again. I'm not really looking for more stuff to do

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    The bushing isn't that expensive I want to say it is about $25 but you have to take the extension housing off to change it and the hardest part is you need a yoke. I may be able to buy the yoke directly from sonnax I have never tried. Would be nice to have access to a mill with a boring bar to bore it to the size of a 4r70w yoke. The bushing is thick enough to handle it.
    Alan

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