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Old 08-24-2019, 04:54 PM   #1
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Any one know where I can find a seal for an 8.3 cummins apparently the auto parts can't find any for a kassett seal# 4090833 and I'm stuck till I can replace it
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Old 08-24-2019, 08:24 PM   #2
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Any one know where I can find a seal for an 8.3 cummins apparently the auto parts can't find any for a kassett seal# 4090833 and I'm stuck till I can replace it
Looks like there a few online. Any truck service center should be able to get one fairly fast. Best to give them the engine serial # to make sure to get the right part.

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Old 08-24-2019, 10:35 PM   #3
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Any one know where I can find a seal for an 8.3 cummins apparently the auto parts can't find any for a kassett seal# 4090833 and I'm stuck till I can replace it
Have you tried NAPA ?
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Old 08-25-2019, 05:04 AM   #4
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Hoping Napa will work but they were closed Saturday so come Monday I'll see

Hmm engine serial hadn't thought of that
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Old 08-25-2019, 12:19 PM   #5
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NAPA can get it.
i have a HUNNINGS and a CANNADYs heavy truck parts near me that almost stocks everything medium to heavy truck that you imagine
Hunnings is like walking into a willy wonka candy store
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Old 08-25-2019, 12:22 PM   #6
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NAPA can get it.

i have a HUNNINGS and a CANNADYs heavy truck parts near me that almost stocks everything medium to heavy truck that you imagine

Hunnings is like walking into a willy wonka candy store
Wish I had a hunnings near me I'm off to check a Napa that's open Sunday says he could not find any thing but to bring the seal for measurement if not I'm probably going to have to find a frightliner dealer
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the normal city napas dont have a clue about medium duty and up stuff?
the rural area napa does.
ask them to get off there computer and pull there oldschool book out that they dont know how to use if they can even find it for national and or MooG seals and match your own up.
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Old 08-25-2019, 12:41 PM   #8
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DOE thats a KA-BAR in your profile pic.
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the normal city napas dont have a clue about medium duty and up stuff?

the rural area napa does.

ask them to get off there computer and pull there oldschool book out that they dont know how to use if they can even find it for national and or MooG seals and match your own up.
No luck getting an off the book there is a truck center open tommorow and frightliner dealer in Lexington ky but can't do more till monday
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Wish I had a hunnings near me I'm off to check a Napa that's open Sunday says he could not find any thing but to bring the seal for measurement if not I'm probably going to have to find a frightliner dealer

You're not dealing with a one-off Unobtanium part here, it's a fairly common engine. You need a NAPA *Truck* parts shop (it's sort of a separate division of NAPA with different parts catalogs and inventories) though they have access to the same parts warehouses. Either that or the salesperson needs to look up the correct chassis/engine year and model.



In my town, the NAPA shop does in fact stock auto and truck parts but in the next town over, it's 2 separate buildings, operated more-or-less independently (but I wouldn't be surprised if they are owned by the same folks).
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