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Old 05-12-19, 17:32
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The wheel bearing part numbers will be on the sides of the bearing and race. They are commercial, usually Timken. The part numbers I have are 3994 for the rollers and 3920 for the cone.

There are two wheel seals involved....an inner and an outer. You don't need the outer on the front wheels, just the four rear wheels. You also need a small square of cork between the bearing and the tang lock washer (sits in the groove).But on the front, you may find the need for the inner axle seal, which is in the main axle tube before the knuckles.

The inner and outer seals are unique to the military trucks. Look on ebay for wheel seal M35A2 or M35. You will have lots of hits there. Pretty much all of the powertrain for the MLVW is M35 and the parts are readily available in the US. It is primarily the engine and transmission that are unique to the MLVW. Watch for old stock when you are buying form the US vendors. Many will have seals packed in wax from the 50s or 60s. There is still brand new being made, and are available for about the same price.

You can also use the US manuals for most of your powertrain maintenance and parts.

Here is a link to one of the many ebay sales of the parts you are asking about: https://www.ebay.com/itm/M35-M35A2-M...BIAAOSwoQ1Tm7N-

Last edited by rob love; 05-12-19 at 17:51.
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