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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by crwln73, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. crwln73

    crwln73 1/2 ton status

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    What is a fair price to pay for having a 205 bored to accept the larger input bearing needed for a doubler?
     
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    camiswelding 1/2 ton status

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    25-40 bucks...

    I just did one
    cam
     
  3. crwln73

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    Anybody else have a price? The price I got from one shop is 100 to 125.
     
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    I belive there is a bearing out there that will fit without having to cut. PM K10ANDY... for more info he may have a part number for that.

    ARQ.
     
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    franklin engine, churn creek, redding... see mark the mgr of the machine shop....

    40.00

    nice work

    wheres clovis anyway?
    cam
     
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    Im to far away from Redding. Clovis is right below the Dusy/Ershim near Fresno.
    Im gonna talk to a couple more shops and see if I cant find a better price.
     
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    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    Yep, seen it done twice with success. Ratzila has one of them (TH400/conversion bearing/4spd t-case)
     
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    <hijack> I tried to pm K10ANDYKHAMNIC
    but his box is full. Does anyone have any more info on this bearing? <hijack>
     
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    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    I don't have the actual bearing part number but you can go to a local bearing parts house (like Motion Ind, etc) and have them look up each bearing (4spd & TH400). From those part numbers they can get the dims of the bearing and then search for one with the correct (4spd) outer and (TH400) inner diameters.

    It's a PITA to ask of someone, I know, but that's what Ratzila did.
     
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    FWP CRS

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    I paid 80 bucks for mine, at a small local shop (kinda rural area)

    I also ran the smaller OD bearing for awhile, but changed to the bigger bore when troubleshooting a vibration problem. Turned out the smaller bearing was not the problem. I have the bearing numbers recorded somwhere, hafta look around for it. Off the top of my head, does 6010 vs 6020 sound right[​IMG]
     
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    It is a 6010.
     

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