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cross reference an old bearing number

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billfromwisconsin

09-13-2020 20:13:48




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I have an old combine that I need to get a couple bearing for. I have the parts manual with the original part number, but need to cross reference to modern number. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.




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rustred

09-19-2020 11:31:35




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 Re: cross reference an old bearing number in reply to billfromwisconsin, 09-13-2020 20:13:48  
all you really need is the old brg. and they can measure and hand you the new brg. no need to waste your time hunting part numbers.



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BuckysUncle

09-16-2020 13:59:34




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 Re: cross reference an old bearing number in reply to billfromwisconsin, 09-13-2020 20:13:48  
I worked the counter quite a while ago at Wisconsin Bearing, back when that was still their name. Now theyre called Motion Industries but they shouldnt have any problem crossing it for you and likely have it sitting on the shelf.
Says youre in Janesville so theyre across from Target. And grab a chocolate malt from Culvers for me while youre there!



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Gambles

09-14-2020 16:19:23




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 Re: cross reference an old bearing number in reply to billfromwisconsin, 09-13-2020 20:13:48  
As far as bearings or even oil/grease seals, call a larger company and they should give you a cross-reference. Or, take a micrometer and measure it and tell them your measurements.



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Mike(NEOhio)

09-14-2020 05:16:19




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 Re: cross reference an old bearing number in reply to billfromwisconsin, 09-13-2020 20:13:48  
Enter the part number in your search engine and you should get returns on outfits selling the bearing. I usually take the number off the bearing and search locateballbearings.com.



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ziffel

09-14-2020 03:44:08




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 Re: cross reference an old bearing number in reply to billfromwisconsin, 09-13-2020 20:13:48  
Just take the old bearing to a bearing store and they will interchange it to a new number.



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