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bearings
#1377335 Wed Sep 16 2020 08:56 PM
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Shop Shark
good afternoon,
i have a 1937 chevrolet carry all, i need the front bearings (inner and outer) and the seals for each side. where can i get them? ebay, jim carter, napa, local auto parts stores doesnt have them. thanks in advanced.


1937 Chevrolet Carryall http://www.oldmemoriescc.com/images/blvdbombs/images/IMG_6465_JPG.jpg
1937 1/2 ton (sold)
1938 1/2 ton (sold)
1939 1/2 ton (sold)
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Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377336 Wed Sep 16 2020 09:05 PM
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Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377339 Wed Sep 16 2020 09:10 PM
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thanks


1937 Chevrolet Carryall http://www.oldmemoriescc.com/images/blvdbombs/images/IMG_6465_JPG.jpg
1937 1/2 ton (sold)
1938 1/2 ton (sold)
1939 1/2 ton (sold)
Phil 4:4
Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377340 Wed Sep 16 2020 09:17 PM
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sold out of the big one..


1937 Chevrolet Carryall http://www.oldmemoriescc.com/images/blvdbombs/images/IMG_6465_JPG.jpg
1937 1/2 ton (sold)
1938 1/2 ton (sold)
1939 1/2 ton (sold)
Phil 4:4
Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377342 Wed Sep 16 2020 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by oldmemoriescc
sold out of the big one..
Did you scroll down to the bottom of that page?


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Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377378 Thu Sep 17 2020 02:24 AM
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original seals are leather pressed in metal. there are several of the vintage parts locations that have them. I wanted neoprene so I went to napa and they were able to mic and find some but were special order and were going to run me near $50.00 ea.! went to local bearing/seal and hydraulic hose supply house and they found CR seals SKF 18258 that ran me around $12.00. as for bearings, they are ball bearings, again available from our vintage guys, but there are modern roller bearing with race kits available to fit and replace the originals. tempted but haven't done it. check prices, some are ridiculus, others more reasonable.


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Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377383 Thu Sep 17 2020 04:02 AM
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oldmemoriescc,

Bearing and seal originals and upgrade replacemnts are easily looked up in a bearing and seal catalog if you have their ID, OD and width. There are many. many bearing sellers in LA and I've found that they get new catalogs at frequent intervals and are happy to give customers their old catalogs. Now I can look bearing and seal numbers at home.

For my '36 PU I found all the bearings and seals I needed in LA, no sweat. Also made in USA bearings are out there so it's possible to avoid manure made in China.

Ray W


Ray
Re: bearings
oldmemoriescc #1377771 Sun Sep 20 2020 06:00 PM
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A lot of the bearing manufacturers have their bearing specs online.


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