i have after market part numbers for the felt oil seals on the XL-100 series and SXL series up to the 1050/200/2100. The XL-100 series felt seal p/n 64393 crosses to SKF7410 (has a rubber dust lip instead of felt) and the SXL/800/900/1050/2000/2100 felt seal p/n 59926 uses Homelite or Ryobi p/n UP06982
I do not see the 58308 B seal listed here for the XL 12 and the SXL-AO. I think the XL12 is the same as the SXL-AO but the XL12 has the manual oiler and the SXL -AO is Blue color and the XL12 is Red. Old Blue should be a UT10712 and the Big Red a UT 10739. The cases carry a 58308 B seal and a 12282A seal. I am told that a SKF 6119 NS 6120 will work but i have no dimensions on those two seals. I need a cheap gasket no. 63355 and seals for this SXL-AO plus i need to know if they carry the needle thrust bearings and how many one or two? The only number I have is for the Old Blue no. 1790769 and i have no idea where to look it up. The Big Red XL12 was made sometimes in the 70's but I have no identification number on it since it came with a sticker that fell off down the road. It seems very identical to the old Blue but i felt this Red had a single thrust bearing in it. I tore it down and I guess lost that part. A tree fell and broke the Old Blue bar housing so i plan to install the XL-12 Red on it but my problem now is the needle bearing. How do i know if this will work as both the bar housings look almost the same on the crank hole and measure the same so where or why is this needle bearing listed for the Red when I see no difference in the dimensions of the cranks? Any Help please.
Last Edit: Dec 26, 2020 20:08:27 GMT -5 by sawandall
So has anyone else had problems sourcing the SKF 6120 and 6119. I have purchased them in the past from Amazon with no problems but the last order I made for them was about 3 months ago and still has not arrived. I am working with them to get that resolved but I noticed the 6120 on Amazon went from 2 day shipping to "usually ships in 4-5 weeks". None of the big box parts stores near me carries them and when I tried to order the 6120 from Oreilly's, it did not arrive when it was supposed to either and they said the location they were coming from couldn't find them. they offered to find them from somewhere else but I declined. I have some ordered now from Motion Ind., hopefully that will come through. Just wondering if maybe these are being discontinued as well.
I checked SKF website for the 6120 as well and they are currently out of stock with no further information available. The 6119 they show to have in stock
The 6120 has applications in the Automotive world for front pump seals on automatic transmissions and shifter shaft seals on transmission cases so my guess is that the lack of inventory is supply chain issues rather than product being discontinued. I was able to find the 6120 in stock two weeks ago at a local bearing supplier; Bearing Service, Livonia Michigan. Around $6 and change.
The 6120 also crosses to a National 253747 which can supposedly be ordered by Advance Auto Parts or online at RockAuto. com
Im guessing supply chain. I had no luck with Advance Auto in these parts getting either the SKF or the national. Of course once the store couldn’t order it I decided not to try on my own on their website. Motion is pretty good at getting me what they say they can and it showed in stock with them so I’m sure that will work out. It just seemed odd that SKF didn’t have it either.
Sounds like you've had good luck with Motion, but I agree weird that SKF didn't list any. The box I got said Made in Mexico for 6120, which could explain the delay. I know something changed recently with semi truck inspections at the Texas border, can't recall what exactly, but it was backing up truck shipments.
I received the seals from Motion yesterday which was much faster than I anticipated. I order several of the 6120 and 6119. These referenced being made in Indonesia on the packaging. Maybe it is just supply chain with some vendors. One a seperate note, I know the only diffenernec in the two is the 6120 is a single lip and the 6119 is a douple lip. The 6119 seemed to be to be an easier install yesterday than the 6120. I am sure there is a reason I am just not sure what. The 6119 I put on the starter side and the 6120 on the clutch side. No real method as to why, it's just the way I happened to do it.
I've been ordering seals like the 6119 & 6120 from MRO Supply,a bearing & seal parts distributor.I just got a bunch of 6119s back about 2 months ago without a problem.I also deal with a local bearing house that's been around for as long as I can remember - Buffalo Bearing.There used to be 2 other bearing houses in the area,but they got bought up by Buffalo Bearing.They were Niagara Bearing & Acme Bearing.If one bearing house didn't have what we needed on the farm,we just went to the next one.