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jim warehime

04-13-2020 09:36:52

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Dave, what is the outer bearing number for use with 375215r91 (Bower Roller) inner axle bearing? Thanks Jim.

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randy hall

04-14-2020 17:30:57

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 Re: DSlater in reply to jim warehime, 04-13-2020 09:36:52  
every bearing company uses different suffixes and prefixes. NTN bearings the BL is for maximum capacity and the Z is shielded one side.
You could call your nearest bearing supply house and tell them the size you are looking for which is 70 mm by 125 mm by 24 mm in a maximum capacity and they will give you their options. I use Applied Industrial Technologies. With the internet it's at your fingertips. I used to have to study the five volume bearing bible at work to find the number that you would need.

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randy hall

04-14-2020 10:18:15

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 Re: DSlater in reply to jim warehime, 04-13-2020 09:36:52  
NTN BL 214 Z Are you building a 30,000# low gear pulling tractor? This bearing should be what you are looking for 70mm by 125mm by 24 mm maximum capacity shielded one side.

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jim warehime

04-14-2020 19:00:33

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 Re: DSlater in reply to randy hall, 04-14-2020 10:18:15  
I have the 560 style roller bearings so I needed a shielded outer that coenside with that bearing for the outer. Need a shield since it's going in a super mta. I have a gas tractor that I wanted to stiffen up the axles to better support the load put on them when running a 234 picker. I am going to get another set to replace the axle bearings in my super mta diesel that I rebuilt last year, when the bearing house crossed them they sold me the cross to a ST310A but the cross to the st223A was not a max load. I don't want to take any chances in damaging the rear in the diesel since I dumped 15k into to rebuild the entire tractor.

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D Slater

04-13-2020 18:29:41

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 Re: DSlater in reply to jim warehime, 04-13-2020 09:36:52  
On the later 560 they used ST-675 and maybe a change after it, can't remember for sure. Would need to check. Those bearings didn't have a shield and no grease fittings were on the axle cap. If wanting a shield maybe I can look and get a bearing number with shield that I have used to match tomorrow.

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jim warehime

04-13-2020 18:55:38

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 Re: DSlater in reply to D Slater, 04-13-2020 18:29:41  
That would be great. I'm wanting to use the bower rollers on a smta so I would prefer a shielded outer. I bought a pair of nos 375215r91 inners just need the outers.

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D Slater

04-14-2020 14:03:15

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 Re: DSlater in reply to jim warehime, 04-13-2020 18:55:38  
Don't know if you can still find but have used PL 270 or ST 253. Both shielded one side and 15 balls same as no shield ST 675. Don't know what all the letters are for bearing number 214 that works but Randy Probably knows.

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