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Old 31-05-04, 20:47
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Hello, does anyone know what the modern bearing equivalents are for the front and rear axles for my CGT or where I might find some new old stock ??? any help as always is greatly appreciated
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Old 31-05-04, 21:29
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Hi Simon, did you look up the thread "Modern part numbers for CMPs"?

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Old 31-05-04, 23:45
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Simon, having worked in the industrial supply business, as well as being an avid vehicle buff and restorer, I do know that all cmp bearings have modern equivilants. If you are able to locate the maker name and specific part number, or better yet take the part number from a manual, they should cross over without any problem. At this time I don't have a cmp manual handy but Iam sure that there is a list of bearings in it.
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Old 01-06-04, 05:39
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Hi Simon
I will be away for a couple of weeks but when I get back I can give you the numbers. I have overhauled quite a few of these diffs and there is only one bearing that I have not been able to source. If you don't find the numbers before that give me a little nudge.
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Old 01-06-04, 23:48
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Default Bearing Numbers

The following numbers are Timken, but they're available also under the same numbers from NTN and I believe also SKF. If SKF have different numbers, then your supplier should also have a crossover list of numbers.
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Old 02-06-04, 17:56
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Many thanks Tony that is most excellent work, now all I have to do is get the local bearing guy to put his newspaper down and locate them for me

Many thanks Badger
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