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Where can I buy them other than the dealer? They want 6.50 for the dial o ring and 4.65 for the star shaped one and 2.75 for the hub to axle gasket. I didn't even pay that much for the set of hubs.

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You should be able to get them from Autozone and NAPA, and places like that.

Marlin sells the O-ring, and the all the parts are the same as the Toyota (Yes the hubs are basically the same), so try the Toy dealer and venders as well.
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BTW....The paper base gasket is sold as part of the KNUCKLE rebuild kit.  There does not appear to be a 'HUB' rebuilt kit. Perhaps the OEM (AISIN) has a kit for them?


Personally, I would source an O-Ring from the Hardware store, and buy some gasket paper and cut my own before I'd pay those prices you listed  :o


Here is a quik read: Aisin Hubs
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43532-60010 - hub cover O-ring $3.32
43531-60010 - hub cover gasket $2.03
43422-60020 - axle shaft flange gasket $0.80

Toyota parts numbers and prices from my local Toyota dealer.

Much more reasonable than the local Suzuki dealership.

Thanks Orionn, and the link is what I was using to rebuild the spare set of hubs I have. Some good info on that page. ;)

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I just used gasket in a can and it works great  ;D
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I just used gasket in a can and it works great  ;D
Can't exactly use that for the o-ring. :P

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Can't exactly use that for the o-ring. :P

You can if you leave them locked  :P
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You can if you leave them locked  :P


EEEeeeewwwwwwwww  [nailbite]  That ain't gonna be purdy.


Glad you got some better prices...I'd still source the O-ring somewhere else.
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43422-60010 - axle shaft flange gasket $0.80
43531-60010 - hub cover gasket $2.03

I ordered 4 each today for my spare hubs and the hubs I got on there now. I did find o-rings at the local hardware store. $0.72 each.

I also found out a dremel tool with a wire brush works great for cleaning up the hubs. ;D

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Marlin sells the O-ring, and the all the parts are the same as the Toyota (Yes the hubs are basically the same), so try the Toy dealer and venders as well.

Are just the inner hub gears different, or is there more than that?

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In case anyone is interested I just got back from the toy dealer. Took them 2 days to get the gaskets in. I ordered 4 of each enough to do 2 sets of hubs and it cost me $12.00 exactly with 6% sales tax. I checked them to my spare hubs and they are the exact same as the OEM gaskets.

I also saw an FJ Cruiser and man that thing was ugly. They should have left it alone.