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Dave from Texas

10-15-2019 12:16:10

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I am looking for a Farmall H , serial # 88216, transmission main shaft pilot bearing. The parts manual shows several, How do I know which one? Looks like they are all the same with different part numbers. 356623 R51, 46689 DA or 68954 DA Where can I find one?

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10-17-2019 05:39:50

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 Re: Farmall H bearing in reply to Dave from Texas, 10-15-2019 12:16:10  

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10-17-2019 05:38:00

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 Re: Farmall H bearing in reply to Dave from Texas, 10-15-2019 12:16:10  
Did you mean 43356DA? I found the other two part numbers in a scan of the TC-27 parts manual online but 46689DA crosses to the oil filter assembly for a Farmall M.

Is this what you were looking for? Messick's has it in stock for $94:


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Dave from Texas

10-16-2019 11:31:07

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 Re: Farmall H bearing in reply to Dave from Texas, 10-15-2019 12:16:10  
International said it was absolute. Found it from EZ bearing in Pa. Balmo(not sure the name) brand part number MU12052 for $35. They cross ref. the original number. Hope it is the right one. size and description sounded right

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CenTex Farmall

10-17-2019 06:36:44

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 Re: Farmall H bearing in reply to Dave from Texas, 10-16-2019 11:31:07  
The bearings are metric dimensions.

There's two ways for those pilot bearing to be made. One is with the rollers caged on the inner ring and a flange-less outer ring. The other has the rollers caged on the outer ring and a flange-less inner ring. No flange on one or the other allows the assembly to slide together.

The size number will be the same and suffix or prefix on the bearing number will tell whether this part or that has the flange or rollers. I've replaced several on M/SM but haven't been into an H for that so I don't know the dimensions offhand. Should be fine as long as they crossed to a roller bearing and have both halves for you.

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used red mn

10-15-2019 22:30:30

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 Re: Farmall H bearing in reply to Dave from Texas, 10-15-2019 12:16:10  
Why not buy it from your CaseIH dealer. They can probably tell you which number you need. I am getting ready to open up my M and I am expecting that bearing needs replacing. Looking around it doesnít look like you can get one for much more than $8 - $10 cheaper. I found a cross reference number for it on another site. I am buying one for a third of the price of Ebay, but I donít even know if it comes with an inner race. Its a gamble. I will make sure the dealer has one in stock before I open it up.

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