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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Rule of thumb....(99% of the time with SKF)

    First three numbers on the seal are the shaft size.
    Last three numbers on the Speedi-Sleeve are the shaft size.
    So...
    A 25066 seal is a 2.50 inch shaft.
    You'd use a 99250 Speedi-Sleeve with it.
    (Most of the time, if you need a narrower Speedi-Sleeve, you can drop one number...to a 99249, and it will be narrower.. But that's not a given.
    Hope the info helps.
    Jeff[8D]

    quote:Originally posted by rusty nut garage

    FYI, here's the specification chart for speedi-sleeve repair kits.
    the most common studebaker applications are for crankshaft hub and pinion and driveshaft yokes. Any machined shaft to seal surface can be repaired with these, so if you have a application and don't know the part # this document will help you out.
    http://community.webshots.com/user/deepnhock

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  • rusty nut garage
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    redi/speedi sleeve specifications

    FYI, here's the specification chart for speedi-sleeve repair kits.
    the most common studebaker applications are for crankshaft hub and pinion and driveshaft yokes. Any machined shaft to seal surface can be repaired with these, so if you have a application and don't know the part # this document will help you out.

    Russ

    http://www2.vsm.skf.com/Files/Brochu...PDF/457027.pdf


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