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Front Wheel Bearing Seal Part Number Needed

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by Scott B., Aug 6, 2023.

  1. Aug 6, 2023 at 6:23 AM
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    Scott B.

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    Does anyone know the part number of the seal that sits between the unit bearing and the hub on a 4WD 2nd gen?

    My local dealership sold me 90316-A0001 (superseded by 90316-72001). However, this is the seal on the backside of the knuckle (as indicated by the seal I removed). I do not think these 2 seals are the same. (Side note - a National 710573 is a not-identical similar seal, which I found much easier to install.)

    Another number I have is 90312-96001, which came from a member on here, who was replacing his front wheel bearings.

    The reason for my question is neither of these seemed to fit quite right on the bearing.
     
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    The hub assembly uses an oring which mates into the chamfer in the 3rd pic. The seals are on the backside (inboard side) of the hub. One installed in the hub and one on the CV.

    I do not know the part number of the oring unfortunately. My new hubs from the member on here came with new orings already installed

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  3. Aug 6, 2023 at 12:09 PM
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    The part number for the o-ring is 90301-A0005. That is not the seal I am asking about.

    The seal I am looking for sits on the opposite side of the bearing, and touches the underside of the hub.

    I'm starting to think it is 90312-96001.
     
  4. Aug 20, 2023 at 9:30 AM
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    Yes it is.
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    That's what my searching has lead me to.

    I have found that Toyota lists 2 different numbers for this spot. The other numbered part is not the right part - don't ask how I know... :(
     

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