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    • #7784
      Dillon Johnson
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      Does anyone have or know where to get the 35mm bearings? I believe they are 35mmX72mm with 2 grub screws. They have a certain pitch to the bearing in order to fit in the bearing cassette. Or if there is a place to buy the cassette and bearing together would work also. Thanks

    • #7806
      Ian Harrison
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      Hi Dillon

      I can send them to you from the UK if required. They are £22.05 each and shipping would be about £30.00 for 4 That would make an axle set £118.20 (currently about $184 USD)

      I’m sure you must be able to get them in the US, perhaps others will post up.

      Best Regards

      Ian :-)

    • #7877
      Sam Moss
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      Not sure on where you could get them in the US but the ones we tend to us are SKF Y Bearings with grub screws, 35mm ID, 72mm OD. They are all a standard size of 19mm to fit in the bearing carriers.

      They only options is that you can have a choice of speed and load rating. By guessing I presume we use the highest with part number of YAR-207-2RF

      http://www.skf.com/group/products/bearings-units-housings/ball-bearings/y-bearings/y-bearings-with-grub-screws/index.html

    • #7905
      Chris Reinhardt
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      Seals, are another concern.  I got cheap ones in the US that had steel shields, that burned up pretty quick.  The best ones I ever had were whatever Russell installed from the factory on the Anderson.   They had nice rubber seals, and seemed to last forever.

      I went with a complete 40mm setup on the Cobalt chassis, sooooo much easier to source everything….

      CR

      Chris Reinhardt

      CR2 Motorsports

      http://www.cr2motorsports.webs.com/

      XV Racing Products

      http://www.xvengineering.com/

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    • #7955
      Dillon Johnson
      Participant

      Thanks for the replys, Ian, Sam, and Chris. I will take a look at the skf bearings and something with rubber seals.

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