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PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC

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Nebraska Cowboy

02-06-2013 14:46:50




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1938 WC, been in family since it was new, spent the last 60 years in corner of a wooden barn. Trying to restore it for my father in law. Been trying to find 2 new PTO oil seals, National number 50055 and a new PTO bearing, MCR-207-PR. I live in a small town and only have 1 bearing house. When I took this info in, the kid behind the counter said it wasn't in the computer and he was done. Been on Federal Mouguls site and got nothing. Anyone have a cross reference number?

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Nebraska Cowboy

02-07-2013 14:39:10




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 02-06-2013 14:46:50  
THANKS to all who replied, used your info and found out what I needed & have them ordered IF I can ever return the favor, please let me know.



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Bob

02-07-2013 10:58:29




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 02-06-2013 14:46:50  
Seals are # 13738 SKF/Chicago Rawhide.Bearing is # 6207-XJ SKF/Chicago Rawhide. One side of the bearing is "open" and the other side "shielded".



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Bob

02-07-2013 11:01:26




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Bob, 02-07-2013 10:58:29  
After 1935, the bearings were 6207-J. (BOTH sides "open").



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john gottlied

02-07-2013 07:36:28




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 02-06-2013 14:46:50  
got on line look up motion industries they can get every thing ypu may need in bearings and seals at a good price.



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Ted in NE-OH

02-06-2013 19:29:22




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 02-06-2013 14:46:50  
Is the MRC-207-PR the number engraved on the bearing. If not what"s that number.?



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Nebraska Cowboy

02-07-2013 05:16:56




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 02-06-2013 19:29:22  
Yes, that is the number



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acadam20

02-06-2013 18:45:32




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 Re: PTO bearings seals for 1938 WC in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 02-06-2013 14:46:50  
For the seal I know the one the engage lever on the side is def still available(at least as of a few months ago at bearing headquarters). I think it cost me no more than $10. As for the seal that is in the front in the big nut that seemed to be an AGCO only item and it was extremely expensive($75). The PTO bearing I did not replace so I have no info on that. I did replace the roller bearing on the top PTO gear that going into the tranny and it was easy to get and not too expensive. If a bearing headquarters is anywhere near I always have good luck with them.

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