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I've got a Narrow track Sankey trailer, I need to service/ replace the hub bearings/ Oil seals...

I've got the Sankey manual of the internet, so have all the part numbers, but what I don't know is where to buy them...

I understand that some items may be the same as series Landrover bits, does anyone have a list of which Sankey parts are the same as Series parts?

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Not sure about bits like that but I have a new spare anti rollbar type thing sat here waiting for a new owner. Let me know and make an offer by PM ;)

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I've got a Narrow track Sankey trailer, I need to service/ replace the hub bearings/ Oil seals...

I've got the Sankey manual of the internet, so have all the part numbers, but what I don't know is where to buy them...

I understand that some items may be the same as series Landrover bits, does anyone have a list of which Sankey parts are the same as Series parts?

Not sure of parts supplier but I noted a link for these people off the forum, a while ago.

http://www.bearingboys.co.uk/

who do taper roller bearings and oil seals, you just need a micrometer or a good description in parts list. Let me know if any luck/how you get on as I will need to do mine at some point.

Pete

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Thanks guys, I'm not sure I need an anti roll bar thingy, as my little trailer isn't fitted with one, and the springs are so stiff i can't see it rolling much anyway!

I was under the impression that the bearings/ seals are series landrover items, what I don't know, is if this is trrue, and which series parts are interchangeable...

cheers,

Matt.

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I'll pop into work this afternoon and see what paperwork the fitter section have left over. As we have backloaded all but 1 of our narrow tracks. And that is sat forlornly at the back of camp all alone, being used to prop up a roadsign at the moment :(

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thanks Walfy, if the fitter section have any boxes of bearings and seals left over, send me a PM!

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Went in there this PM. They have backloaded all the peper copies of AESP's and manuals. They threw out all the spares and I don't have any bearings/seals etc in my spares pack ;) .

Just about to get rid of a few spares later. But will have some stuff left over. If you need any other stuff let me know andI'll see what I can do. The person collecting the parts might want other stuff so will PM you later as to what's left if you want

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Walfy, thanks for your help.. I don't need much in the way of spares beyond whats needed to rebuild/ replace wheel bearings, as my Sankey no longer has brakes, (Scrapped them as MAM will not exceed 750KG) and I reckon I can use series shocks when I need to replace those on there at the moment...

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The wheel bearings are the same as on SII/SIII 88". Outer or inner I don't remember, (I think outer...) but both bearings are the same on the Sankey. Measure and compare. ;)

Edited to say that I found the invoice for my wheel bearings. The geezer who sold them didn't write down the part No...

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Hi can anyone help me locate a good servicable front leg/stand for a 1/2 ton Sankey of 1964/5 period, Thanks

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