The sizes for the two bearings are:
QTY: 1 Maytag # 22002934
BEARING- Front - 6207-2RS - size: 35x72x17
QTY: 1 Maytag # 22003441
BEARING- Rear - 6206-2RS - size: 30x62x16
Bearing, Front, AP4027296
Bearing, Rear, AP4027027
The seal kit, Maytag part # 12002022
, seems to have a custom seal made for Maytag, although the dimensions are simple enough. The shaft is 2 inches, and the hub that it fits in is 3 inches. In a pinch, you could probably use a standard seal from the local seal supply shop. There are other bits in the kit; a small tube of graphite (or molycoat) to coat the shaft with, a little plastic cup to be use as a seal installation tool, new "improved" bolt and washer (eliminates the washer with a tang on it) for the main drive pulley. Also, three new nuts for the main support shaft (the part that you're putting the bearings and the seal around!), and some little plastic clips that I didn't know where they were intended to go. The thing that was missing is the three little plastic washers that go between the support shaft mounting and the stainless steel basket.
Lip Seal Kit, AP4009088
My electric motor drive belt, Maytag part # 12001788
, was still in great shape, but obviously there is a greater strain on that belt with bad bearings. If the bearings seized, then expect to replace this.
Kit, Belt & Isolator, AP4009041
I got my new Door Latch "Wax Motor", Maytag part # 12002535
installed today. This is the one that has a black tip. Don't be cheap and not change this just because yours has not failed and smoked some electrical components with it. I actually found this on the parts link from this website for less than $9. Other places advertise up to almost $20. (I have no financial connection whatsoever with this website). I was super impressed that they quoted 3-4 days to arrive by Fedex ground, and I ordered after 4pm, but it shipped out from Fresno, California that night, and arrived at my door midday in San Diego, California the next day !!! Thank you for the very prompt service at the best price
Wax Motor Kit, AP4009198
Finally, if you're going through all this work of changing the bearings, it's probably time to replace the door boot seal, Maytag part # 12002533
. This new part has a drain on the bottom that my old one did not have. Plus my old one was dripping a little water. This drain is plugged when shipped, but is apparently used on other models. It looks like you can drill a hole in one of the nipples just below it in the front tub cover, Maytag # 22003212
, and connect a drain hose, Maytag # 22003071
, between the two to drain the door boot seal.
Door Boot Drain Kit, AP4010226
Tub Cover with Seal, AP4028913
Door Boot Drain Hose, AP4028203