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Old 03-31-2013, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am replacing the rear end seal & bearing on my Suzuki Samurai and the #'s on the bearing is DG3572DWRKB --Japan--Koyo. The #'s on the seal AB2775G--NOK. Can someone tell me what the new #'s are or where to order them.
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What year and where was it built?
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The year is 1988. The rear end I bought from someone. Do not know where it was built.
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I think that your best bet is to approach your local auto parts store or Dealer and purchase the needed parts per the vehicles year, make and model. That is also assuming that the new donor rear is the correct (same) replacement rear. That and there are several seals and bearings associated with the rear end too, so you would have to be specific as to which you need.

There is also a chance that they can cross-ref those numbers of yours, not that they would need to I suppose.

Did you try "google" on the numbers? If they don't show up there, then they probably are no good (incorrect) anyway.

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I can't take the credit for this but someone last week posted a cross reference chart for all the seals and bearings. Hope the answer is in there for you. I also have an 88' and the numbers worked for me on other stuff
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It looks like #9 on that list is what you need
http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...t=firefox-beta

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Thanks everyone for the help.
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