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Old 09-13-2016, 09:11 PM
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Jen I assume you have an arc welder you just have to run 3 or 4 3/8" long beads in in the race and it will fall, take a small rod (3/32" or 1/8") bend the end so you can weld a bead on the ID of the bearing, I've litterly taken dozens of Timken outer races out of gear boxes and the welding never failed me.
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Old 09-14-2016, 07:39 PM
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Jen I assume you have an arc welder you just have to run 3 or 4 3/8" long beads in in the race and it will fall, take a small rod (3/32" or 1/8") bend the end so you can weld a bead on the ID of the bearing, I've litterly taken dozens of Timken outer races out of gear boxes and the welding never failed me.
I'll more than likely try the tig torch as I have long cups and I should be able to get down in there..


The blower with the work I have done sounds pretty decent.. Once the bearing is in it will make a much better ideal..
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Hi, did you come up with a solution to get the race out and replace the bearing? I have the same problem with my 14"

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Hi, did you come up with a solution to get the race out and replace the bearing? I have the same problem with my 14"

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HI Adam. Not that I don't doubt you but the 14" up till the sheet metal ones have a full sized bearing I believe it has 2 magneto bearings.. I'll look again later but I remember being able to knock it out from the other side once the plate which is threaded in is removed...

If you post a picture of the blower it would help me out a lot.

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Thanks for replying.

It is a 14" all cast with all original parts, including grease and busted ball cage.

I should start my own thread so I don't hijack yours.

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