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  • Mcgyver
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    Originally posted by bob_s View Post
    How close is Motion Industries to SKF?
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    We buy and sell with Motion frequently, I'll ask them to quote. They carry various manufacturers. Nachi and NTN are good, but they're still all class 0/ABEC 1......maybe grumpy old Bardon would have something. If not I'll go with big brand ABEC 1. I've had a few bearing engineers tell me with modern manufacturing almost all the ABEC 1's would would qualify as 3's

    thanks all for the help

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  • bob_s
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    Mike:

    How close is Motion Industries to SKF?

    8-3761 Victoria Park Ave, Scarborough, ON M1W 3S2


    Motion Industries acquired the Canadian company BC Bearing Engineering LTD in November 2010.

    BC Bearing was/is a major supplier to the oil industry in Canada.
    Last edited by bob_s; 12-23-2020, 05:28 PM. Reason: background info

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  • MattiJ
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    Nachi or NTN should be decent choices as long as you get genuine ones.

    https://www.vxb.com/R12ZZ-Nachi-JAF-...p/kit13678.htm
    https://www.motionindustries.com/products/sku/00039122

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  • The Metal Butcher
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    I was super satisfied with PGN (penguin) brand R12 bearings on eBay. Shielded. Smoothest Chinese bearing I've ever felt.

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  • Ringo
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    you mean this?
    ​​​​​​https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...c&LH_PrefLoc=1

    or this?
    ​​​​​​https://bearingsdirect.com/ball-bear...p-99r12-jd9456

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  • Mcgyver
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    They need to be reasonably good, SKF's (the single one left in the world) is ABEC 1 which is probably ABEC 3. That would probably work. 5 would be ideal. I phoned AST, helpful chap there....apparently R12 ABEC 1 are super common, anything else would need a big minimum order.

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  • Video Man
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    here's one source, https://www.amazon.com/R12-2RS-Seale.../dp/B002BBEXJK

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  • Doozer
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    Sounds like Inch discrimination to me.
    I see it all the time.

    -D

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  • jsmith1
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    McMaster Carr, VXB bearing, grainger, etc

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  • Dan Dubeau
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    These are my go to guys for bearings and stuff https://peterboroughbearings.com/

    I heard the same story about some R8 bearings a couple years ago when I went in there. "they are hard to find, not a normal item for us, etc..." then the guy went in the back and came back with 8 of them for me lol. SKF too. Might be worth a shot.

    This just reminded me I still haven't finished the project I bought them for

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  • Willy
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    I would not have thought it would have been a problem, maybe an issue with SKF?
    I regularly buy R series bearings locally so not sure why the issue.

    A quick look gives me two sources, I'm very sure most power transmission outlets in your area would be be more than able to meet your requirements.

    https://www.motioncanada.ca/products/sku/00039070

    https://www.bearingscanada.com/R12-2...x7-16-inch.htm

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  • Doozer
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    I always call either Buffalo Bearing or Acme Bearing in Buffalo NY.
    Even though now I live 4 states away.

    -Doozer

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  • Mcgyver
    started a topic Source for R12 imperial sized bearings

    Source for R12 imperial sized bearings

    I need an R12 bearing. SKF is so frustrating! Despite it being listed in skf.ca web site, they say its not available. wtf? I'd have thought it a common one...and its in your online catalogue so thanks for wasting my time. I decide to call SKF US. I didn't sound like a problem getting them and as we have an account with skf.ca, they suggested the easiest thing would be for him contact .ca and tell them how to get them.

    I hear back from .ca. There is only one in stock in the world and no future plans to make any. ARG!

    1) can this be true - is something I'd have thought common, an R12, really dissapeared in the US (except for 1)?

    2) if not SKF, who can I get such bearing from? Ideally something high precision.

    thanks
    Last edited by Mcgyver; 12-23-2020, 11:03 AM.
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