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Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing

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07-09-2013 13:25:35

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Take it to a good parts store. Be sure you take the inner and outer race and all of it that you can find.

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Greg Bird

07-09-2013 13:44:56

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to old, 07-09-2013 13:25:35  
I've done all that and no one can cross it over. Even bearing incorporated.

The inner race is longer than the outer race. For sure a specialty bearing.

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07-09-2013 13:55:23

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to Greg Bird, 07-09-2013 13:44:56  
Sounds like a cage bearing. Has a number of bar looking parts that roll??? I also guess you tried Case/IH already right???

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Greg Bird

07-09-2013 14:33:55

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to old, 07-09-2013 13:55:23  
The outer race is 15.90mm wide. Diameter is 61.98mm

The inner race is the odd ball. 52.43mm wide.

Diameter is 41.10mm

Inside of inner race for the shaft is 25.34mm

The inner race is non-removable as it is milled for the bearing "balls" to roll in the groove. Oh, I could beat it out but what's the point. She's shot. Just an example of how it's made.

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