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 Posted: 08-29-2010 01:41 pm
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Does anyone have the SKF or Timken part numbers for the front wheel bearings? If I can find the correct bearings locally, that will save me a lot of time, money and hassle.

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 Posted: 08-29-2010 01:58 pm
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Timkin outer cup, LM11710  / cone LM11749

Inner cup L44610  /  Cone L44649

Tensioner Bearing SKF 414871A (just happened to be on the same sheet of paper)

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 Posted: 08-29-2010 02:30 pm
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That is the cam belt tensioner? Good info to have!

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 Posted: 08-30-2010 12:46 pm
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yes it is, but I dont recall if it is the early 2 bearings together, or the later larger single one. A price check would tell the larger is significantly more.

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 Posted: 09-01-2010 06:32 pm
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Got hold of two sets of SKF L44649/610 and one set LM11749/710 (still have one set of those from earlier) from the local industrial parts supplier, they had them in stock. Will have a go at changing them this weekend.

But, just to make sure: I am supposed to press the cups in until they bottom out against the diameter step, correct? Bearings are expensive enough when you need them in a hurry that I don't want to ruin them from stupid mistakes...

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 Posted: 09-02-2010 12:46 pm
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That's correct, they need to be "seated", also if you clean up the hub you will notice a cut out in the seat that makes getting the old ones out easier by tapping from behind.

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