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nateinia

10-14-2016 18:22:45




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Found the bearing loose in the lower pedestal housing. Can anyone give a part # for this bearing. It's number 43 in the parts book and measurements are in metric. Or convertical metric to standard so I can measure the housing and the bearing.




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Used red mn

10-15-2016 09:31:52




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 Re: M steering in reply to nateinia, 10-14-2016 18:22:45  
This site gives the measurements in inches. No guarantee of the accuracy. Double check by converting--divide mm by 2.54. Or use an online converter.



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gene bender

10-15-2016 08:31:08




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 Re: M steering in reply to nateinia, 10-14-2016 18:22:45  
Just take the old bearing to the bearing store and they can match it



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FastFarmall

10-15-2016 04:21:28




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 Re: M steering in reply to nateinia, 10-14-2016 18:22:45  
It doesn't give the dimensions, in the T-28 parts book,just a 354 675 R91. If you already got the dimensions you need a conversion chart!



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Charlie M

10-15-2016 02:52:47




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 Re: M steering in reply to nateinia, 10-14-2016 18:22:45  
Can't believe the measurements are in metric given when that tractor was made.



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Hendrik

10-15-2016 14:11:03




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 Re: M steering in reply to Charlie M, 10-15-2016 02:52:47  
All ball bearings I found in my Super A are metric. Being in a metric country that was especially surprising to me, knowing this tractor was manufactured in the USA .



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