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Do you mean Shaft SEAL?
and MOTOR Bearings?
You will need to know the make and model of your pump, for the proper shaft seal, since that has to do with matching correctly to the 'Wet End'.
And you will need to know which bearings are in your Motor, to get proper replacement.

Amazon com Pool pump shaft seal

and for for the bearings...
usually two different sizes, one for the front, and another for the rear. It's a 4 digit part number, but the 1st digit is usually a 6, and it's not used when requesting a motor bearing, Why? I don't know?
So 6203 is requested as a 203 bearing. There are 304's, 294's, etc.

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