I have had just enough problems with "interchanged" part numbers that I tend to use other methods. The numbers on the old parts are manufacturers numbers not A-C numbers and can be used to source replacements. Lacking that information I have found it both easier and best to measure the shaft and bore and find the bearings in Timken's catalog. The newest version makes finding the right cup/cone combination very easy. You do need a reasonably accurate caliper for this, less than $10 at Harbor Freight. A tip is once you have the Timken number punch it into an Ebay search before you order at a local supplier as often you will find NOS bearings for half retail including the ship.
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