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Re: Any more bearing stores around?

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06-18-2013 20:46:03

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Motion Industries may have closed their store local to you, but they are still around. Below is a link to their site. The place I use is Bearing Dist. They have several stores in NC, SC, and GA, but like most places can ship anywhere. I used to deal with the branch in Charlotte, but after many of the ones that had been there for years and years left, I don't have alot of faith in the new crew given my experiences with them thus far. That said one of the women went to their branch in Hickory. So, if you need someone that knows their business, and can find the old, odd, weird, etc, etc (((like she did for us for years)))) call that branch and ask for Stephanie. She really knows her stuff when it comes to their products.

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06-19-2013 00:55:30

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 Re: Any more bearing stores around? in reply to NCWayne, 06-18-2013 20:46:03  
Yes NCWayne, You are correct. Motion did not fold. They closed the store near me. Which I discovered after I posted. And I Thank You for the link to Bearing Distributors. We'll give them a try.

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06-19-2013 17:43:43

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 Re: Any more bearing stores around? in reply to oliver power, 06-19-2013 00:55:30  
Just be aware, Bearing Dist. has a no refund policy and a minimum purchase. A $2.50 Item is still $10.00. NOTICE! At our local store, NO RETURN even if, they determine the part you need, and it is wrong.

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06-20-2013 07:34:16

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 Re: Any more bearing stores around? in reply to carogator, 06-19-2013 17:43:43  
I've been doing business with Brng Dist for nearly 18 years, and Dad has been using them far longer than that. In all that time I have never heard of a 'no return' policy on anything, as long as it was still in the origional packaging and hadn't been used. Even then if you attempted to put on a belt, etc and found it didn't fit there was no issue returning it as long as it hadn't been in actual operation.

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06-19-2013 14:35:41

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 Re: Any more bearing stores around? in reply to oliver power, 06-19-2013 00:55:30  
I've had good luck dealing with ABC. (Accurate Bearing Company). They are in Chicago area and Texas. You can get cheap bearings or better quality depending on what you need. Also some other related items.


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