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Ron W

02-22-2013 13:36:17
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I need the following bearings converted to modern bearing numbers from IHC part numbers please:

35420-D
ST-208-B
23232-D
23681-D
18567-D
10701-D




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AG in IN

02-23-2013 15:28:32
67.237.24.172



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
(FWIW) CIH availability and current part numbers according to Messicks' website (which has been incorrect on occasion):
35420-D-----I couldn't find any info.

ST-208-B-----Still available from CIH/current part number.

23232-D-----I couldn't find any info.

23681-D-----Subs to ST211. ST211 is still available from CIH.

18567-D-----Still available from CIH/current part number.

10701-D-----No info. It does show 10701DA subbing to ST208B, and as above, ST208B is still available.

A mid 80's supercedence book shows 10701D subbing to ST225B. ST225B subs to 210041, and is still available from CIH.

Adding to my previous list with sub numbers from above (again, according to the old bearing book):

ST211=West Pullman (IHC) PC 230.
ST225B=West Pullman (IHC) C 225.
AG

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mkirsch

02-23-2013 07:21:07
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
No offense, but if you're in the suburbs of Detroit, there must be a shop that deals only in bearings somewhere nearby.



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Ron W

02-23-2013 09:40:31
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to mkirsch, 02-23-2013 07:21:07  
Yes, They do. They want the new IHC numbers, suchs as the ones with numbers-R-(2-digitnumber). They hhave no way of cross-refferencing to the old IHC with numbers-DX or such. It is very frustrating as they will not spend time to help you out.



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sflem849

02-23-2013 13:51:27
69.197.84.39



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-23-2013 09:40:31  
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My bearing store is the exact opposite. They can cross the very first number, but they struggle when you give them an R1 etc number. They are pretty helpful.



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kevinj54

02-23-2013 12:08:29
50.105.84.118



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-23-2013 09:40:31  
A real bearing house like Motion or Detroit Ball will MEASURE them and find a bearing for you, At least they will in Grand Rapids.



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Jason S.

02-23-2013 05:58:58
204.54.36.245



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
Go to Federal Moguls ecatalog. It has a cross reference where you can just enter your old number and if that doesn't work you can enter the dimensions you need and it will list like 10 bearings either exactly or within a few thousands one way or another.



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Old-F20

02-22-2013 17:12:47
71.7.101.5



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
ive got some big bearing books but they are broke down into bearings for each tractor. are these numbers all off one tractor? if so which one?



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AG in IN

02-22-2013 16:50:07
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
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If I'm reading a 70's era IH bearing book correctly:

35420-D=New Departure SS 7501
ST-208-B=West Pullman (IHC) PC 225

23232-D=Aetna A 716

23681-D=New Departure 7506

18567-D=Nice 5015-1 (Note says now use BCA/Fed. Mogul 2063-16. No other IH number crosses to 2063-16 in this book.)

10701-D=New Departure 3205

AG

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Nebraska Kirk

02-22-2013 16:23:41
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
http://www.timken.com/en-us/products/Documents/Timken_Bearing_Cross_Reference_Guide.pdf



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Duner Wi

02-22-2013 16:17:53
216.226.80.242



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
35420-D = ???
ST-208-B = 205S
23232-D = ???
23681-D= 206S
18567-D = 2063R
10701-D = 205
Bower/BCA #
I hope it is correct!!



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Ron W

02-22-2013 15:59:58
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
Well, I am in suburbs of Detroit. There is no real old fashion Napa stores left. When I call them or go in, they say "what vehicle is it off from", and when I tell them, they tell me it doesn't come up in their computer. So I am out of luck. That is why I am asking this website for help.



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Nebraska Kirk

02-22-2013 14:26:05
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
When I come across an IHC bearing that NAPA can not cross, I measure the inside and outside diameters and width. My local NAPA store can then look up new bearings based on those measurements.



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Phil Tibbetts

02-22-2013 14:23:38
208.93.14.38



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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
Call any bearing supplier and they can tell you. they all have a Bearing Interchange Guide book.



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Harvey 2

02-22-2013 14:03:25
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 Re: Need bearing numbers in reply to Ron W, 02-22-2013 13:36:17  
Our local NAPA store is good at cross referncing numbers.



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