Replacement Axle/Hub Grease Bearing Seal, 1.87 x 2.40 x .27 Inch
Universal Fit, .27" Overall Thickness, 1.88" Inside Diameter, 2.40" Outside Diameter
- This high quality double lip seal allows you to prevent oil leanks and keep dirt out of your bearings
- Direct replacement for 1955-1968 Chevy full-size cars with stock spindle
- Also works with 11" 1969-1972 GM mid-size rotor to 1937-1948 Ford or 1955-1957 GM spindle conversions
- 2.40" outside diameter and 1.88" inside diameter
- Sold individually
These quality rubber wheel bearing seals allow you to prevent oil leaks and keep dirt out. Direct replacement for 1955-1968 Chevy full-size cars with stock spindle and also work with 11" 1969-1972 GM mid-size rotor to 1937-1948 Ford or 1955-1957 GM spindle conversions. These replacement seals measure 1.87 x 2.40 x .27 Inch and are sold each.
- Prevents oil leaks
- Keeps dirt and dust out
- 1.87 x 2.40 x .27 Inch
- Sold each
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