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dealer recommendation/ hub gasket #930731 02/12/09 02:34 AM
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rolled Offline OP
Need a Spot
hey kids,
any recommendation for low price gaskets for the aisin hubs from an online dealer?

i've made a couple, but i don't think i'm that good at it.
thanks,
j


rolled it on a snowbank. now i'm not afraid to scratch it. liberation.
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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: rolled] #930732 02/12/09 03:31 AM
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Try www.marlincrawler.com

During one of my trips down to Spokane, I popped by Harbor Freight and picked up a gasket making kit, basically hollow punches for hole making. Gasket material kit from NAPA, good to go.

They don't hafta be purty, just functional. Having clean holes is nice; keeps the bolts from tearing or deforming the gasket during reassembly. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Similar to mine:
HF hollow punch set

If you just want to buy the gaskets, NAPA or dealer would probably have them.


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: kewlynx] #930733 02/12/09 04:40 AM
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I haven't looked for that part specifically- but 1sttoyotaautoparts.com is a Toy dealer that sells pretty cheaply.

Also had good luck w/ RockAuto.com


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: kewlynx] #930734 02/12/09 04:45 AM
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local parts stores seem confused as to how to get and order them, or why i would be replacing them...

but thanks for the suggestions!


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: rolled] #930735 02/12/09 06:33 AM
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I also 2nd rockauto. 1sttoyotaparts for me by the time I add in shipping, I'm better off just to go to the dealer here and be done w/ it.

Luckily a couple of the parts stores I go to have clerks with a clue. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: kewlynx] #930736 02/14/09 06:44 AM
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I would get them from marlin crawler, they sell quality parts and there prices are reasonable.


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: rolled] #930737 02/17/09 03:51 PM
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yodta Offline
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are they even necessary?
what about using a Form In Place Gasket material, like The Right Stuff®


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Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: yodta] #930738 02/17/09 08:31 PM
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OutlawMike Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
I did form in place on my '89 4Runner, used TRS, has not leaked yet.

Mike

Re: dealer recommendation/ hub gasket [Re: yodta] #930739 02/18/09 04:50 AM
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If it works for you guys for beach and mudpuppy stuff, that's great; seen a few that way.

Some folks like having all their parts in place tho'. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


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