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Napa parts numbers

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by xtrmjoe, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. xtrmjoe

    xtrmjoe 1/2 ton status

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    I searched but could not find what I needed. I went to napa in napa ca today and the guy could not find a part number for the rear axle bearings on a 86 blazer with gm 10 bolt 8.5" 28 spline axle. He could not find the seals, for the front or the rear.
    any help greatly apprecited.
     
  2. spearchucker

    spearchucker 1/2 ton status

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    He found some parts but not the right ones. I took them in with me and what he pulled was NOT what I needed.
     
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    Just enter then info for your Blazer where it says 'change vehicle' and go to 'drivetrain' then 'rear axle parts'.
     
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    i have napa catalogs, you need any part numbers then get a hold of me
     
  8. diesel4me

    diesel4me 1 ton status Premium Member

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    Someone may have swapped a different axle in it if the parts listed wont fit--if all else fails the part numbers are stamped on the old bearings and seals(of course they usually get mangled when you remove them)but you should be able to match a new bearing up to the old one,and use the seal that goes with that bearing,--as far as I can remember there is only 2 different rear wheel bearing #'s on a 1/2 ton,shouldnt be too hard to figure it out--I think one has "log"style rollers,the other is a sealed ball bearing.
     

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