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question np203 oiler part #

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by duckn69, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. duckn69

    duckn69 Registered Member

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    Does Anyone Know The Correct Part Number For The Oil Slinger On The Rear Shaft. I Purchased A Mile Marker Shaft And It Does Not Contain A Valid Part Number. Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated. Thanks
     
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    The number I have for it is GM #11801
     
  3. duckn69

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    not a good number

    Rusty I Have Tried Gmpartsdirect.com And My Local Chevrolet And Gmc Dealership And They Have Advised That The Milemarkerv Number Gm11801 Is Not A Valid Part Number. If You Know Where I Can Buy One With This Part Number Please Let Me Know For I Can Get Me One Thanks Bobby
     
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    Thanks A Million

    Rusty You Just Made My Day. They Have The Parts I Needed And I Just Finished Ordering Them Online. Again Thank Alot You Have Been A Great Help With This 73 Blazer I Bought. I Was Wanting To Do The Transfer Case First With The Locking Hubs And Then Restore The Body. Truck Has Some Rust But Nothing Major. Hope To Lift 4 Inches With New Spring In The Front And Rear A Go With Larger Tires, There Stock Wheels With 31x10.5 With 3.73 Posi . Hoping To Remove Body From Frame After Hunting Season. At Least Now I Can Relax A Get Ready To Replace The Rear Shaft ,. Thanks
     

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