Cross reference for national seal?

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  1. Milemaker13

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    Neighbors old hub seals have NATIONAL and 6362 stamped in them. Im having trouble finding them.
     
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    I don't see any cross reference for that part number. Measure the outside and inside diameters and you should be able to get a good parts store to find you a replacement.
     
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    I crossed it in my Napa book to a #16811. Take it to a Napa auto parts store.
     
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    Ill take a look. Thank you!
    Cant actually bring it in because its still on the trailer. The hubs and grease looked good so we left it alone until we find the parts. Its a 1960's scamper with non standard hubs... according to modern standards anyhow.
     
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    My cost is $16.00 for the seal. Might be worth the gamble to buy one and see if it looks correct.
     
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    Also look on Amazon for an SKF 16811 grease seal. $14.00
     

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