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Anyone replaced front wheel bearings and find a crossover number to get locally?
 
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Haven’t confirmed any of these but this pic was posted on Facebook and supposed to be the correct parts

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Confirmed everything is right except the inner seal is not correct in its outer diameter. Thanks for trying! The seal is metric and cannot get the number to cross over to anything. Looks like I'll have to get it from Mahindra.
 
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Confirmed everything is right except the inner seal is not correct in its outer diameter. Thanks for trying! The seal is metric and cannot get the number to cross over to anything. Looks like I'll have to get it from Mahindra.
Take the seal to your local industrial bearing supplier. tell them measure and find. They have ALL the books with anything ever made in them.

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Front inner wheel bearing seal, National oil seal #4450115, installed 4 months ago no problem. however the stock seal is very nice and has a third lip to keep dirt out.
 
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What caused the need to replace the seals already on a fairly new unit?
 
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many owners have posted the lack of grease in the bearings . when i installed the front axles, i inspected the bearings and found the same issue. there was so little grease in the bearings the cages had rust on them. to remove the inner bearing you will destroy the seal. but again the stock seals are very nice, i orders some so when i re gear the diff's i will put stock ones back in.
 
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Thank you for the details here. I just recently bought my Roxor so I wanted to make sure I understood the reason.

I will keep that in mind this winter might be a good time to check some of those items when it's very Frozen up north.

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We have seen this several times, lack of grease and lots of water rust the bearings out quick.
 
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Well, sounds like Mahindra should cover this issue. I don't understand how they can ship units out without proper levels of fluid and grease in the bearings.....
 
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