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    What's the front generator bearing. I'm thinking 6203?? With the metric I'd?

  • #2
    6203 is the number i have written down. it's the same as the pilot bearing
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    • Mitch
      Mitch commented
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      i always use the sealed bearing type

  • #3
    It is a very common bearing. Available at any auto parts store or electrical motor shop.

    Also all Model A ball bearings are metric

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    • #4
      That bearing(along with some others), comes Both metric and in sae. I know you can cut the pilot shaft down to the sae and buy the bearing with the sae id.i just wasn't sure which number it was. Thanks. I've got a front generator bearing that has a little play in it, and I wanted to be sure I had a bearing available before tearing it apart.

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      • #5
        6203/3203 are the most COMMON bearings in the WORLD!
        On Sears' equipment, they altered the I.D, so you had to buy the bearing from them! I plopped one down on the counter @ Buds' All Bearings, with a quick glance he sed, "You'll have to go to SEARS"!!! +*$^#^+^$
        Bill Outfoxed

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