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- ItemReplacement Pump Shaft Seal
- Seal Type68
- Shaft Size (In.)5/8
- Seal Bore (In.)7/16
- Nominal Working Length (In.)0.615
- Seat Boreshaft mtd
- Seat Thickness0.213"
- Material Content CodeBCFJF
- Max. Temp. (F)225
- Min. Temp. Rating (Deg. F)-40
- Replacement ForUS Seal Type B and Type 6A
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This seal is a type 16 and it is designed to be installed in the Stationary Plate then the shaft for the motor should slide through. The trick is to use a little film of 3In1 oil on the shaft not a lot, the shaft should slide on the seal.
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