OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

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OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by ARCHINSTL » Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:34 pm

OE part numbers, as obtained from Butler Toy September 2010.
The first price is regular OE retail - the second is Butler's. Note that all are quite competitive with AM parts and better than other Toy dealers.
04421-12011-77..Bearing kit...................57.73.....2 @ 43.30.....86.60
42454-20010......Bearing retainer LH.........8.46.....1 @..6.35.......6.35
42424-20010......Bearing retainer RH.........8.46.....1 @..6.35.......6.35
42185-52030......Gasket axle housing end...7.89......2 @..5.92.....11.84
42425-52030......Gasket to retainer..........2.43......2 @..1.82......3.64
94181-11000......Locking shoulder nuts......1.66......8 @..1.25.....10.00
90311-42055......Oil seal.......................5.56......2 @..4.17.......8.34
Total USD 133.12 for OE parts vs. USD 177.42 regular OE pricing.
Ordered 0901 - Butler received from warehouse and shipped 0903 - received 0907 (Labor Day 0906).

While irrelevant - the Toy replacement for the axle gasket is plastic instead of metal (I guess it discovered that steel rusts...) and the same plastic is used for the retainer gasket instead of fibre.
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EDIT 03/20/2012 - I had transposed the numbers for the OE bearing retainers; they are now corrected.
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Re: OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by dlb » Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:22 am

tom, what comes in the bearing kit? i was thinking that it would have the bearing, retainer, both gaskets, and oil seal, but am not sure.

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Re: OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by Lil Beast » Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:04 pm

And propably a quicker wear with the plastic so they can make more money! Funny how the economy works! Spend money to find cheaper ways to make the stuff so they can sell it for more!
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Re: OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by ARCHINSTL » Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:22 pm

It is listed as a "kit," but is actually just the bearing and its inner retainer - the latter locks the bearing in place. Look at page RA-25 in the FSM.
What Toy shows as the "bearing retainer LH and RH" is actually in the FSM as "bearing outer retainer." They are different for each side.

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Re: OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by ARCHINSTL » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:43 pm

See EDIT above for corrected numbers; dlb caught this.
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Re: OE Rear Axle Bearing, Retainer, Seal, Bits Numbers

Post by c_j » Sun Apr 13, 2014 5:25 pm

Rather than starting a new topic, here some aftermarket part numbers for rear axle bearings and brakes, etc. that I used to refurbish a rear axle recently:
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Rear Drums                               9331R    Raybestos
Front Emergency Brake Cable              BC92968  Raybestos
Left Rear Emergency Brake Cable          BC93849  Raybestos
Right Rear Emergency Brake Cable         BC93363  Raybestos
Rear Brake Hold Down / Return Spring Kit H17196   Raybestos
Left Rear Brake Adjuster Kit             H12502   Raybestos (only listed for 2wd, but worked on the 4wd)
Right Rear Brake Adjuster Kit            H12503   Raybestos (only listed for 2wd, but worked on the 4wd)
Rear Wheel Bearing                       30BCDS2  Nachi
Rear Wheel Bearing Lock Ring             C06      Koyo
Rear Wheel Cylinder                      P9424    Ultra-8
Rear Differential Carrier Gasket         RDS27411 Fel-Pro (bolt holes didn't line up very well, but it worked)
Rear Brake Hose                          H2183    CEF
Brake Hose Retainer Clip                 H1457    Carlson (universal part)


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