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Plant Doctor

02-05-2003 16:22:23

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Dave: I may have a couple of extras in my shop. I am all washed up and really for bed right now or I would go out and look, but I will check in the morning and get back to you. Regarding the heat and fan. The fan is a press fit and should be pressed off and not heated to remove. I would advise you get someone to press on the bearing also, because they to are a press fit and do not take kindly to hammering on. Make sure your bearings fit tightly in the fan supports. They have a tendency to get loose giving a false indication that the bearing is bad. Once the bearing gets loose in the support it will not last long. It will vibrate and beat the bearing out. If your bearing is loose in the support, e-mail me and I will explain how I fit them without buying parts or doing expensive machine work.

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Plant Doctor

02-06-2003 05:40:07

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 Re: Re: NEED A BEARING # FOR A (G) in reply to Plant Doctor, 02-05-2003 16:22:23  
Dave: I just looked for the front fan bearing and found nothing. I can't even read the part number on the bearing in my "G." Take your fan shaft and support to a bearing supply house. They should have the ability to mic all the necessary dimensions and give you some bearing numbers even if they do not have the bearing. Sorry I can not help you. Or you can call Wengers Farm Supply at 1-800-451-4300, I got an entire fan shaft and bearing assemble from them several years ago.

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