Industry Std Part # for HD Part #

Discussion in 'Transmission' started by Tripacer, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. Tripacer

    Tripacer Member

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    Can any one supply the Industry Std Part #s for Bearing
    Crossing the HD # over
    im going to replace all the Bearing in my 97 Eglide and want to make sure i get them Made in the USA

    folloing is HD part # for the Brearings i need

    9114
    9115
    8977
    8996A
    8998
    8876A
    3051-89
    33906-90
    9135

    some of these are Torrington type others are Ball (both Single and Double Row and some are Split type Berings Part # came from my 97 Parts Catalog

    Thanks
     
  2. jerrybombard

    jerrybombard Active Member

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    You don't say where you are, but if in the states, find your local bearing supplier and bring the bearings to measure the to size. If that's possible.
    The sizes are generally right on the face of the bearings, but, barring that, they will need to be measuered and matched up. No big deal for the supplier. then you can get the type of bearing you want, manufactuerer wise.
    I would think it might be hard to match the HD part number with a known size. Have you checked in the Parts book?...that might give a size and you're good to go.
     
  3. Dan89FLSTC

    Dan89FLSTC Banned

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    Years ago it used to be cheaper to source bearings from a bearing supplier, but I think you will discover that the bearing suppliers prices will be pretty close to the price you will pay at the dealer.
     
  4. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    As JerryB & Dan89 said, HD bearings likely cross to standard ones, but one advantage is you can order dimensionally the same, and even get superior ones, but cost will be the same or more.

    I remember getting a bearing for my starter motor in a Yamaha metric in the 1980's, it had a single oil seal and had a "slinger" in front to prevent engine oil splashing. I got a heavier duty one with dual seals to prevent the lubricant from getting diluted by engine oil and the cost of the bearing in that one case WAS cheaper from a bearing supply house, so there are deals to be had...just have to decide if it is worth the trouble.