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Username Post: A/C compressor clutch bearing 1957        (Topic#374701)
OldRustyWrench52 
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03-15-24 07:26 PM - Post#2867986    

Who would have this bearing? (appears to be a double roller) Depending on which of two calipers used, dimensions are: O.D. 1.377-1.3785, I.D. 0.644-0.6485, Width 0.719. Shop manual says press fit onto compressor shaft from 0.0001-0.0006.



 


Rick_L 
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03-17-24 09:06 AM - Post#2868034    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

Try a commercial bearing supply.



 
bobb 
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03-17-24 11:12 AM - Post#2868040    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

try using metric scale. search id x od x thickness bearing. you need to match load and speed rating. also needs to be sealed on both sides.

70 L camino, grampa engine, g-force 5 spd, road rage suspension. Pray first before all else fails.


 
OldRustyWrench52 
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03-17-24 04:20 PM - Post#2868046    
    In response to Rick_L

Like Timken? I've contacted them waiting for a response. Any other suggestions?



 
OldRustyWrench52 
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03-17-24 04:27 PM - Post#2868047    
    In response to bobb

Already did that. 1.377" O.D. equals 35mm, 0.644-0.6485" I.D. equals 16.36-16.46mm, 0.719 width equals 18.28mm. Who besides Timken would have this bearing?



 
Rick_L 
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03-17-24 05:24 PM - Post#2868048    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

  • Quote:
Like Timken? I've contacted them waiting for a response. Any other suggestions?



Contact an industrial bearing supply. Most large cities have one. Give them the description and metric dimensions.  




 
bobb 
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03-17-24 09:37 PM - Post#2868057    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

uh,those numbers look goofy. do you have an acurate measuring tool? is there any kind of numbers on the bearing or seals?

70 L camino, grampa engine, g-force 5 spd, road rage suspension. Pray first before all else fails.


 
OldRustyWrench52 
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03-18-24 09:05 PM - Post#2868099    
    In response to bobb

I used two different 6"calipers, got those numbers from both. No, there are no numbers on the bearing or seal, that would make life too easy.



 
OldRustyWrench52 
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03-18-24 09:07 PM - Post#2868100    
    In response to Rick_L

Contacted bearingsrus.com. They said sorry, but we are an industrial bearing supplier. Industrial and Automotive are two different markets.



 
41wildthing 
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03-20-24 07:38 AM - Post#2868142    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

There is a US based nationwide company called McMaster-Carr. They may have what you are looking for. Web address is McMasterCarr.com. Check it out and good luck......Phil



 
bobb 
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03-20-24 08:32 AM - Post#2868143    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

some bearings are patented and cannot be bought individually. maybe a bearing with a bigger id and a bushing

70 L camino, grampa engine, g-force 5 spd, road rage suspension. Pray first before all else fails.


Edited by bobb on 03-20-24 08:33 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
OldRustyWrench52 
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04-02-24 04:04 PM - Post#2868540    
    In response to bobb

I've looked into bigger I.D. with bushing but so far I'm striking out. Wouldn't a patent in 1957 have expired by now?



 
OldRustyWrench52 
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04-02-24 04:06 PM - Post#2868541    
    In response to 41wildthing

I'll give McMaster-Carr a try. Thanks.



 
OldRustyWrench52 
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04-04-24 08:55 PM - Post#2868593    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

McMaster-Carr is a NO.



 
41wildthing 
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04-07-24 04:20 PM - Post#2868685    
    In response to OldRustyWrench52

Boy that is a shame. I would have figured that if anybody had it, it would have been them. Sorry. Keep plugging away at it. Hope you are successful.
Phil



 
OldRustyWrench52 
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04-10-24 04:59 AM - Post#2868745    
    In response to Rick_L

Have contacted Grainger, McMaster-Carr, and MSC Industrial Supply. All are a NO.



 


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