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1941 356 front oil seal
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Has anyone ever installed a modern oil seal in a 1941 356 engine? If so what is the number

Posted on: 8/9 11:28
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Re: 1941 356 front oil seal
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Never considered a modern type seal, the OEM seal, properly installed, is pretty flawless in performance and service life.

Posted on: 8/9 12:52
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I agree with Owen on the original type. As it is a face seal, you would have to turn up an adapter to hold a modern seal and weld it to the inside of the timing cover.

Posted on: 8/9 15:18
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