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41 minutes ago, Cheetah said:

Ok, I see what's meant by "pull the seals and install" now. The bearings themselves have seals in them when you purchase them, and those need to be removed before installing. 

 

 

Thanks for the feedback on the description I just revised it

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NEW reproduction #1533 Bearing - the same measurements as the originals ! Note: before installing you must remove and discard the black seals (they simply pop off) the grease will also need to be removed to allow oil to flow through the bearing and reach the outer needle bearing.

Price is per bearing

 

44 minutes ago, Racinbob said:

The original 1533 are closed on one side only so I'd say just do the same. :)

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There were 2 bearing designs that they used over the years and the bearing pictured above  still allows some oil to get through them to lube the outer needle bearing.

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1 hour ago, WHX61/3 said:

Do you have a good number of them Lowell? Looking forward to seeing you at the Show!

 

@Racinbob has @stevasaurus seen this yet?? Funny he hasn't chimed in yet....

Yes I have lots of these on hand. I should also mention I will be doing some kind of a show special on them! 

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"There were 2 bearing designs that they used over the years and the bearing pictured above  still allows some oil to get through them to lube the outer needle bearing."

 

:text-yeahthat: Closed on one side, not sealed.

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7 hours ago, stevasaurus said:

OUTSTANDING LOWELL !!!!!   :handgestures-thumbupright:  :handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright:

 

Here is where they go...  :)  Just in time Lowell.

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Thanks for posting a picture of it in its natural habitat Steve -- minus the gunk.  Lol

And I'm looking forward to meeting everyone at the Big Show!!!!!!

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Question? What main bearing goes in the Sunstrand and Eaton hydrostatic transmissions? Is there also a different bearing for the 1" inch axle verses the 1 1/8" axle?

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Many, many deserving Wheel Horses will be saved from the glue factory with the availability of these bearings.  :bow-blue:

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I have a 1974 that has needle bearings falling out the rear axle. Would yours replace them or do I need to find new needle bearings? See photo.

I live in Staunton, Virginia. I need two tractor's rear seals and bearings replaced. Anyone close by to do this?

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Those are the outer axle needle bearings..  If they came out of your axle in bits like that there is a very good possibility some of the bits went inside where they can do a lot of damage.  I would pull the transmission and open it up.  lots of tutorials and help here. 

 

manual

http://www.wheelhorseforum.com/files/file/358-transmission-gear-uni-drive-1958-1982-sm-hr-a-1392pdf/

 

how to videos

http://www.wheelhorseforum.com/forum/144-transmissions/

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