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Vintage Frigidaire Washer Inner Bellows Seal 
- Nearly Impossible to Find These Days!

And I just sold my last new one... 

Frigidaire 5433572 Small Bellows

 

This was OEM (GM) Frigidaire part #5433572 - the inner, or 'oil' bellows seal that was used under the (up/down) agitator in the most efficient top-load automatic washers ever invented. This one fit inside both the earlier 5433576 outer bellows and the later version 638860.

 

I remember when this job was common - 'wish I had a dollar for every set of these I've replaced over the years, and every nail I pulled out of the originals! I think my left leg's longer than my right from putting it into Frigidaire washer tubs to hold them while I wrestled the agitator nut off to replace these!

 

This particular 'inner' bellows was used under the agitators of all Frigidaire washers, 1959 thru 1979 Models. Also in models WL-60, WL-64, WO-65, WO-65-2, WV-65, WI-56, WDU-57, WI-57, WI-58, WCI-58, WCIR-58, and I've probably missed a few. In other words, this was a VERY popular bellows that's now 'no longer available'!

  

Tip: Before installing, slip the retainer snap ring up into the second fold, hold the lower end of this part under a hot water faucet to warm it, then stretch it out with your hands. Makes it a lot easier on your thumbs when you install it!

 

Sorry they're all gone. If I happen to find any more, I'll post them both here and on Ebay ASAP.

 

Thank you!

 

 


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