Deuce Parts Quick Reference Spreadsheet

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phil2968

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Mack, that link in post 52 no longer works for me on my phone. It wants me to log in to Google which I already am then it just keeps loading. It used to work good, had it bookmarked on and a home screen. Had to delete it though. This is on my droid bionic. I liked it, wish it still worked for me. Anyone else have issues with it?
 

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Here are a few more seal PN's that will work for a m35a2 winch. They may not be exact military replacements but so far they are working good. If that changes I will update. These seals were ordered by the shaft and bore measurements of the pieces they seal.

Drum seal (passengers side) Original # (appears to have been replaced already) CR-48693 Replacement the same SKF or CR #'s

Drum seal (input shaft side) Original # ( appears factory) Trostel R432-332-10 Replacement CR-34889 SKF or CR #'s

Input shaft original # Victor 63079 Replacement CR-17675 SKF or CR #'s

Brake side worm shaft seal no original # on seal Replacement CR-17645 SKF or CR #'s
 

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LOKI85, I believe the TM says to check it within the first minute after shutdown to get an accurate reading. I think this is due the design of the factory filter setup draining down causing readings to go up after sitting. I know mine reads on the stick after sitting but I always check as per the TM.

http://www.steelsoldiers.com/upload/M35/LO9-2320-209-12-1.pdf

Page 31.
I think it says wait AT LEAST A MINUTE after engine shut down before checking oil level so oil can drain back to crankcase.
To me that means any time after one minute
 

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Thank you very much for compiling and posting this resource.

The following was posted on 11/2/2012. I did not see any response and the "error" still is listed on the spreadsheet.

#15211 fuel filter gasket is wrong, called today and the man said it was an o2 sensor
Presently, O'Reilly part number 15211 comes up on their website as either a CONTROL ARM BUSHING (for a classic car) or an OXYGEN (02) SENSOR. Whereas the spreadsheet currently shows that number as being a FUEL FILTER O-RING/GASKET.

Thank you for any follow-up on this issue.

Keep up the good work.

John
 

poppop

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I had to get fuel filter gaskets last week and the NAPA number at NAPA was no good. They crossed the Baldwin number of G-241 or G-107 that I have on an older cross-reference sheet and only one was available in Ga. Called CARQUEST with the number 90406 and there was only 2 in the US. Called john Deere with the number M96T and they had 2 in stock and 3000 in Atlanta. These worked perfectly. The old sheet also has a Big A number of 97221 or 97406.
 

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On fuel filter gaskets for the Multifuel deuce, the primary gaske is WIX 15131. The secondary gaskets are WIX 15070. I buy them 100 pieces at a time. For Napa part numbers, just drop the 1 for 5131 and 5070. JT out
 

cattlerepairman

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M35A2 REAR MAIN SEAL AND SPEEDYSLEEVE:
SKF manufacturer "Chicago Rawhide" CR brand. there are 3 part numbers that come up in the cross reference. They are 49927, this one is the one with the longer lasting flouroelastomer "Viton" seal ( more expensive too). The other two are both "Nitrile" seals and the part numbers are 49928 and 49929. 49928 seal fits like a glove. CR also lists a "speedysleeve" to work with that seal as well. it is part number 99499.

I found the above info in a search in an old post - the thanks should go to the original poster but I could not find the posting again....
 
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