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chrism in tn

06-18-2011 19:20:06




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Im trying to figure out how to remove the bearings from the end of a roller out of a Vicon baler. I have the roller out, it looks to be a hollow tube with bearings in each end that have a plate and two bolt holes where they are secured to the side of the baler. But I don't see any snap rings or any way to remove the bearings, they are inside and flush with the end of the tube.




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chrism in tn

06-19-2011 11:57:08




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing - pictures added in reply to chrism in tn, 06-18-2011 19:20:06  
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I think covert is close. Here's some pictures. There's a mounting plate between the roller and the side of the baler, the two smaller things on the side are roll pins, and the other 2 are bolt holes. The center hole just tapers out and isn't threaded or open.

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brandonh

06-19-2011 12:21:23




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing - pictures added in reply to chrism in tn, 06-19-2011 11:57:08  
I just replaced one of this 2 days ago. on a 1410 Vicon. that housing with the bolt holes comes off then the bearing will slide off the shaft. Nothing is holding it. The housing slide off then the bearing. More than likely its rusted and will require some penetrating oil and some prying. once you get the housing off you can pull the bearing off or cut it off



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chrism in tn

06-19-2011 16:03:53




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 got it! in reply to brandonh, 06-19-2011 12:21:23  
Brandon, you were right on. I ended up drilling a hole just behing the tube inserts and driving them out from behind at an angle with a punch. Not sure how else to get them out, but it worked - thanks to all-



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RodInNS

06-19-2011 12:20:29




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing - pictures added in reply to chrism in tn, 06-19-2011 11:57:08  
I'd probably pick the seal off the bearing then torch the races out...

Rod



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Mark-Ia

06-19-2011 05:47:34




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing in reply to chrism in tn, 06-18-2011 19:20:06  
Are you replacing the bearing? If it's bad, don't try to save it.Take a big hammer and break the outside of the bearing, Then use a torch and cut off the the piece of the bearing that slides on the shaft. Done it many times on combines, balers ect.



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Roger in Iowa

06-18-2011 20:22:01




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing in reply to chrism in tn, 06-18-2011 19:20:06  
Put a bar or pipe thru the other bearing and drive the far end bearing out.

Press or drive on the outer race only when installing the new bearing.



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chrism in tn

06-19-2011 04:04:29




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing in reply to Roger in Iowa, 06-18-2011 20:22:01  
The face of the bearings are solid. I'll try to get a picture later to show what I mean-



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zcovert

06-19-2011 08:26:09




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 Re: help removing baler roller bearing in reply to chrism in tn, 06-19-2011 04:04:29  
if they are like the smooth roll bearings in a Heston or a new Holland you need to make a adapter to use a slide hammer to pull the mounting plate out off bearing bore. then you can pull the bearing out of the tube with a internal bearing puller or drive it out from other end with a pipe or rod. if the bearing is bad i would change then both. when you get your bearings ask for a printout of the parts diagram.

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