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Jerry Coulter

09-28-2012 07:46:11

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I have 2 211632 cups in original sealed boxes. Also 2 211584 cones in sealed boxes plus 1 rusty 211584 which is Timken 1931 in an open box. This is stuff left over from my dad's AC dealership and has likely been on the shelf for 50 years. If you are interested in any of this, I would open the box and check condition of contents before shipping it.

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09-28-2012 10:07:30

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 Re: AC bearing part numbers in reply to Jerry Coulter, 09-28-2012 07:46:11  
Could you look at one of the 211632 cups and get the manufacturer and number on it?


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Jerry Coulter

09-28-2012 16:43:29

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 Re: AC bearing part numbers in reply to don656, 09-28-2012 10:07:30  
That cup is Link-Belt 23700. Was wrapped in wax paper and coated with cosmoline, is nice and shiny. Do you want it?

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09-29-2012 17:55:48

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 Re: AC bearing part numbers in reply to Jerry Coulter, 09-28-2012 16:43:29  
Thanks for getting that number for me. I am just trying to figure out what the correct bearing is for the steering worm shaft. Since my tractor had the link-belt spherical bearing on one end and a timken straight tapered bearing on the other end, I didn't know which bearing was correct or if AC had ever used the spherical bearings or only the straight bearings.

Thanks for the offer, but I found a source for the link belt spherical bearings which I plan to use on both ends of the shaft.

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