Front race removeal and rear seat needed

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a_colo_native

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Tommy,

I had to use an angle grinder to cut about 95% through it and then
use a Ford Wrench (AKA - Hammer) and chisel to break it allowing it
to come off. I tried the pry bar thing, but I was concrned it would
deform the lip at the seal.

All I need is the two roller bearings ($110 each! not from Hugh) for
the propshafts and all bearings are now new!

Congrats on getting the Stolly in the water! That must be a hoot!

The Georgia car cleaned up nicely with about 10 gallons of 409. :)

--> Does anyone have a spare rear seat (either style) with original
Apricot/white upholstery? It need not be prefect and faded is fine.

John
 
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