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Username Post: bearing identification        (Topic#359878)
995jim 
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995jim
Loc: Ohio
Reg: 12-17-06
02-20-20 04:09 PM - Post#2786949    

I have a 6205z bearing to replace and am wondering what the z designates. I want a Timken bearing but I don't see a z suffix available. It appears only overseas junk is listing with a z. Any ideas?
thanks jim

Jim

65' Impala SS, 65' Belair, 89' Silverado Z71, 95' Silverado Z71, 12' Silverado, 15' Silverado LTZ, 16' Tahoe LTZ


 


acardon 
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acardon
Loc: DFW TEXAS
Reg: 03-25-05
02-20-20 05:33 PM - Post#2786954    
    In response to 995jim

Link to bearing

Don
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)


 
paulo57509 
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Loc: Tracy, CA
Reg: 07-18-00
02-21-20 01:12 AM - Post#2786976    
    In response to 995jim

The "Z" suffix denotes a bearing that's shielded on one side, open on the other.

https://www.hkdivedi.com/2016/02/how-to-unders tand...

1987 IROC-Z 5.0L
1992 Lumina Euro 3.1L
2003 GMC Safari


Edited by paulo57509 on 02-21-20 01:13 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 


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