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    hey has anyone got part numbers for pretty much every bearing in a t-18 diff? I'm a bit lazy and can't be bothered pulling it all down and then taking it down, bearing wholesalers don't have a listing for a full kit, but they have a listing for the seals... can anyone sehd some light on this or am I going to do it the old fashioned way before forums were invented?

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    Bearing wholesalers will not be able to use Toyota part # anyway, and I am too lazy to find the bearings to read you the numbers.

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    Pinion bearings:
    KOYO HI-CAP HM88649-N
    Koyo Hi-cap HM88610-N
    or
    KOYO M86649RT-N
    Koyo M86610-N

    Side bearings:
    LM501349-

    Oil seal:
    Koyo-CR HMSB 386512SCR-O
    400016N


    Toyota #:
    90368-34049, pinion
    90368-30002, pinion

    90368-41050, side bearings

    90311-38015, oil seal

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Jonny Rochester @ Jan 16 2008, 02:45 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    Pinion bearings:
    KOYO HI-CAP HM88649-N
    Koyo Hi-cap HM88610-N
    or
    KOYO M86649RT-N
    Koyo M86610-N

    Side bearings:
    LM501349-

    Oil seal:
    Koyo-CR HMSB 386512SCR-O
    400016N


    Toyota #:
    90368-34049, pinion
    90368-30002, pinion

    90368-41050, side bearings

    90311-38015, oil seal[/b]
    champion!! by side bearings you mean axle bearings?? and the pinion bearings can vary i assume?

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    No, there are two bearings on the pinion (front and back). Side bearings are what go on the diff centre and hold it in place.

    Ring any decent bearing supplier and tell them you need side (or carrier) and pinion bearings plus a pinion seal for a T18 diff and they should be able to reference it and get them for you.

    Hen

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Hen is a total nutcase @ Jan 17 2008, 10:40 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    No, there are two bearings on the pinion (front and back). Side bearings are what go on the diff centre and hold it in place.

    Ring any decent bearing supplier and tell them you need side (or carrier) and pinion bearings plus a pinion seal for a T18 diff and they should be able to reference it and get them for you.

    Hen[/b]
    duh... I feel dumb now, jsut need johnny to confirm if those part numbers supercede or if they are a different bearing? and axle bearing part numbers

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    Those numbers are what I had written down from a few years ago. My diff center was from a RT132 or RA23. Same thing.

    I have not given you wheel bearing numbers.

    For generic bearings, I think the main numbers indicates the size, and all the letters indicate if its sealed, or has a groove for a circlip or something.

    With the pinion bearings, one is big, the other is smaller.

    With the side diff bearings, you want 2 the same.

    Each bearing set has a bearing and a seperate cup.

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    you'll need a new crush tube too

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Benno @ Jan 17 2008, 05:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    you'll need a new crush tube too[/b]
    yeh i know, I think if i get really motivated i might pull it down this weekend and pull all the bearings and seals out thanks for your help guys

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