Posted by Craig Kruse on December 14, 2012 at 16:33:05 from (184.108.40.206):
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verniebernie, Thanks for the information but I have to reneig on the 100 bucks for two reasons. One - I was hoping for a source for the original and as you found there isn't one. Second I also in the process of solving the issue and before I obtained the salvage bearing which solved my problem, had already gone to a bearing supplier (Motion Industries) and they also found the bearing you mentioned, I think the number is NA 4950 but I'd have to check at the barn to be sure. It's sitting on the shelf! It has the 25 mm bore, 18 mm height, and as you note a smaller OD. I think it cost me about $45 plus shipping but I'd have to see if I can find the reciept. Any way I have it as a back up with my original shaft if I need it. I'd like to see the picture of the bearing you obtained and the part number in case it's better (hardened) than the one I have and I'll post a picture of mine and confirm the part number. Maybe some one else searching the web will need the information. I wish I had a friend that owned a machine shop. I'd didn't have my shaft machined after I found the salvage bearing at Wayde's place. But at least with your information I have some idea what it would cost if I have to. By the way, where did you find a new input shaft? I looked all over for a new one but ended up using the salvage one. I'm hoping the seal holds up!!! Sorry about the $100.
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