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Unread 05-21-2009, 10:42 PM   #1
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Axle seal , wheel seal whats it called???

What is the flange looking piece of metal that is pressed onto the front stub axle of a dana 30 on a 2005 TJ that rides against the wheel bearinf assembly? Also I asume it should be true and not distorted in shape?? Need one and auto parts stores are no help, even with part in hand???

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Unread 05-21-2009, 10:46 PM   #2
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What is the flange looking piece of metal that is pressed onto the front stub axle of a dana 30 on a 2005 TJ that rides against the wheel bearinf assembly? Also I asume it should be true and not distorted in shape?? Need one and auto parts stores are no help, even with part in hand???
They're typically referred to as "slingers".
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Unread 05-22-2009, 05:42 AM   #3
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And its made out of plastic...
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the ones i have seen are metal , i have just pounded them back to a flat lip and reused them
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The slinger is on the axle tube of the inner axle and is plastic. This is metal and lives on the outer (stub) axle.
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Got a picture?
You'd think they would know better by now-

https://www.solidaxle.com/PDF/tech_s...ly%20Front.pdf

Part number 37308 as an example.
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Ok OP, there you go. I never did figure out which part you were trying to describe, but they are all given names in that diagram...
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Here you go...

1 - SHAFT, Axle
04874303 1 J [BGA], Left
04874306 1 J [BGK], Right
04874307 1 J [BGK], Left
1 J [BGA], Right

05083666AA 1 J [DJC], Right
05083667AA 1 J [DJC], Left

2 - SHAFT, Stub
83500184 1 J [BGA] Without [DJC], Right or Left
04728984 1 J [BGK] Without [DJC], Right or Left
1 U 77 [BGK] Without [DJC], Right or Left
1 U 77 [BGA] Without [DJC], Right or Left

3 - U JOINT, Front Axle
05083670AA 1 J [DJC] Only, Right or Left
04137757 1 U 77 , Right or Left
1 J Right or Left

4 - SLINGER, Oil
04882135 2 U 77
2 J
05083669AA 2 J [DJC] Only

5 - 68002412AA 2 J GUIDE, Axle Shaft, [DJC] Only

Note:Sales Codes;
Note: There is no stub shaft for the DJC axle.
[BGA]=Brakes - Power Front Disc/Rear Drum
[BGK]=Brakes - 4-Wheel Anti-lock
[BRW]=Brakes - 4-Wheel Disc[/left]
[DJC]=Axle -Front, Heavy Duty Dana M44/216M
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Its in the diagram above reference number 2, not the Stub shaft but the other piece. Whats it called?
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Its in the diagram above reference number 2, not the Stub shaft but the other piece. Whats it called?
I've already told you, posted a link to an exploded view that shows the part and calls it out by it's correct name and you still have to ask?
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They're typically referred to as "slingers".
Here, does this help at all?

Stub Shaft Slinger
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They're typically referred to as "slingers".
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Its in the diagram above reference number 2, not the Stub shaft but the other piece. Whats it called?
What it's showing is, name (slinger) aside, it's not available as a separate part. It's ordered with the stub shaft.
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What it's showing is, name (slinger) aside, it's not available as a separate part. It's ordered with the stub shaft.
You can get one here $3.99 http://www.4wd.com/productdetails.aspx?partID=6825

Alternatively, PM your name and address and I will send you one, new in the box no charge
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