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  • George Bulliss
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    Originally posted by achtanelion View Post
    Hmmmm.... Your only 2 posts are only slightly related to the subject, but pushing a single company?

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    Thanks for the heads-up. He's gone.

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  • achtanelion
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    Originally posted by adam View Post
    That's a pricey bearing! If you need urethane covered bearings you can contact:
    Hmmmm.... Your only 2 posts are only slightly related to the subject, but pushing a single company?

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  • adam
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    That's a pricey bearing! If you need urethane covered bearings you can contact: https://plantech.com/urethane-bearings/

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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by Machtool View Post
    Its a bogus number HM261040TD if that's Timken, Try and find that on an official Timken site.
    Amazon has one in stock for $99,246 and it appears to be a "good" Timken part number.

    Steve

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  • macona
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    Originally posted by Machtool View Post
    Even the worst of the stooge site's suggest that's a 12 x 18mm bearing. Which brings it undone, 3mm per side, not enough to squeeze rollers into.
    Nowhere it says mm, its probably 12" bore, 18" OD.

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  • TN Pat
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    BUT - the real question is, can you tram a Taig mini mill off of it???

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  • Machtool
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    Originally posted by J Tiers View Post
    Well, if you want a best grade, or a grade PAST the best grade, for a bearing of large size, between say 12" and 48" ID, you can expect to pay big money for it
    Even the worst of the stooge site's suggest that's a 12 x 18mm bearing. Which brings it undone, 3mm per side, not enough to squeeze rollers into.

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  • Machtool
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    Its a bogus number HM261040TD if that's Timken, Try and find that on an official Timken site.

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  • Ian B
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    This company is called "Discount Bearings" - I'd dread to think what the full price should be .

    Ian

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  • wierdscience
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    Originally posted by JCHannum View Post
    At least they offer free shipping. This one is over $56,000 plus $12.95 shipping.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Skf-239-710-...3D272413434765
    Weighs 820 lbs,I'd say $12.95 for shipping is a bargain

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  • boslab
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    Originally posted by old mart View Post
    I remember seeing photo's of some 3 foot diameter roller bearings being cutup with oxy acetylene, they were counterfeit.
    j
    I saw the same, company dealing in fake drill head bearings for oil and gas drilling rigs, sending them on to USA, fake brand etc, little where house up north
    Mark

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  • mudnducs
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    100 grand is small change on structures that cost many millions of dollars.

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  • MattiJ
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    And how much for this:
    "
    The largest Bearing has a diameter of 13,3 meters and a weight of 70 tons, according to SKF. It is said to be made for the oil field “Terra Nova” outside the Canadian coast."

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  • RB211
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    Originally posted by Mcgyver View Post
    I just looked at a job for reconditioning (sandblast and paint) all the structural parts a 175' Ferris wheel - The bearings went so the whole think had to come down. If the bearings were 100,000, my guess is they'd still be a small part of the overall cost
    I'd say screw the technology, I'll take some plain bearings and automatic oilers.

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  • Mcgyver
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    I just looked at a job for reconditioning (sandblast and paint) all the structural parts a 175' Ferris wheel - The bearings went so the whole think had to come down. If the bearings were 100,000, my guess is they'd still be a small part of the overall cost

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