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US Made Front Outer Axle Tube Bushing (Bendix U Joints)
Fits 41-49 MB, GPW, CJ-2A, Truck, Station Wagon

Part # A6362

New Front Outer Axle Tube Bushing with Bendix U Joints

Made in the USA

This is the front axle tube bushing that is pressed in the axle tube that is used with Bendix U joints. The bushing is made of brass and is only used with the U joint with the 5 balls.

If a Spicer or Rezeppa joint is used this bushing is removed

Dana 25

2 required per vehicle.

41-45 MB
41-45 GPW
46-49 CJ-2A
46-49 Truck
46-49 Station Wagon

Always check to see if the end of the axle tube is machined for this bushing. On later year Bendix and when the Rezeppa joints were introduced it seemed like the bushing was eliminated and the flanged spindle bushing was used. Some only have the flat thrust washer and the flanged spindle bushing.

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1953 cj3b I have the bendix joint . There is a very long 3 in long bushing in the tube already but this replacement bushing is much shorter. Any advice would be helpful. Next autos there no seat to keep lube from closed knuckle entering the axle tube?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
There are a few different versions used. You have an inner oil seal and an outer hub seal there on your axle.

What is the O.D. and I.D. of this part? A6362 Thanks.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The OD is 1-3/4" and the ID is 1-1/4". Thanks

Does this bushing drive in outer axle tube or axle spindle? If a Spicer or Rezeppa joint is used this bushing is removed and replaced with the one with the flange on it. What's the part# of bushing your note mentions. when is the a853 bushing use

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It drives into the axle tube. And you're correct about changing out the bushing but one is not needed nor available new. You'd have to get a good used one if you'd like to put one back in.
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