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Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing

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Jason S.

07-09-2013 14:38:38

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It crossed over for me. It says SKF made the bearing originally. Try looking at a BCA 1206 or Timken 1206.

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Greg Bird

07-09-2013 15:18:57

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to Jason S., 07-09-2013 14:38:38  
Napa could cross over to the 1206 but it sure isn't like what I have. No one has seen anything like it. It's the inner race that's making it an oddball. Inner race is 2" wide

I posted a picture of the bearing on Facebook. My name is Greg Bird from West Virginia. Please take a peek.


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Greg Bird

07-09-2013 15:37:38

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to Greg Bird, 07-09-2013 15:18:57  
I suppose the 1206 bearing would work, just gotta make up the play in the bearing holder. I suppose the holder they chose to use determined what bearing they used back in the day.

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Jason S.

07-09-2013 18:36:28

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 Re: Farmall 100 Pitman rod bearing in reply to Greg Bird, 07-09-2013 15:37:38  
I done some more looking and according to the CIH parts diagram the cone was a 651818R91 originally which crosses over to a LM67048 and the cup was 651817R1 which crosses to LM67010. Take a look at those and see if they might work for you.

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