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Allis G fan bearings

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leon

03-31-2013 03:04:26




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The front fan shaft bearing on my Model G has moved forward. Somehow the shaft still holds in place when running though - so far. So, where can I get replacement bearings and how does one go about replacing them? I know, the tech manual is ordered but not there yet, so would appreciate a little help in the meantime. The current bearings are barely thicker than the bracket that holds them and it would maybe appear that the bearings are held in place with a glued-on ring. Can that be? They look like white plastic. Someplace I read that these are normally ball bearings held in place with snap rings, but these sure don't look like that!

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leon

04-02-2013 15:17:29




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 Re: Allis G fan bearings in reply to leon, 03-31-2013 03:04:26  
I was able to loosen the head bolts and move the front bearing support bracket forward a bit, then was able to move the front fan shaft bearing back on the shaft a bit, letting the bearing go into it's proper location, then I put a couple of "C" snap rings, 5/8" ID, over the shaft between the front bearing inner race and the fan hub. I think all is well.



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JoeM(GA)

03-31-2013 06:40:22




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 Re: Allis G fan bearings in reply to leon, 03-31-2013 03:04:26  
Leon, I have the tech manual in a PDF if you want a copy to read (shoot me your email if so)
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leon

03-31-2013 16:47:06




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 Re: Allis G fan bearings in reply to JoeM(GA), 03-31-2013 06:40:22  
Each of the bearings in the drawings seem to have snap rings on but one side. Mine seem to have a much larger OD snap ring of some sort on both sides of both bearing, but I see no typical snap ring split anyplace. What gives, how are the snap rings like mine put on? How are those bearings with but one snap ring held in place?



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McBride

03-31-2013 04:47:46




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 Re: Allis G fan bearings in reply to leon, 03-31-2013 03:04:26  
They have snap rings.



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