Offenhauser One-Piece Front Crank Oil Seal
.50" Overall Thickness, 1.53" Inside Diameter, 2.35" Outside Diameter
- Replace the stock rope seal with a rubber lip seal that actually works
- Fits most 1928 to 953 4 & 8 cylinder Fords (except V8-60)
- Works fine with original Ford "spiral" crankshaft sleeve
- Premium rubber lip seal eliminates oil leaks
- Instructions are included to simplify installation
Replace those hokey pieces of rope with a seal that really works! Fits most 1928-1953 4 & 8 cylinder Fords (except V8-60s).
- Fits most 1928-1953 4 & 8 cylinder Fords (except V8-60s)
- Eliminate the leaky rope seal
560-56350 Instructions (PDF)
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