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Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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21 Jun 2018 23:32 - 22 Jun 2018 00:38 #34805 by Terry Cockerell
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Henry Portz suggested using two separate taper roller bearings with a spacer between the outer cups then tightening the big nut on the pivot shaft to 8 ft lbs with the nut free running on the thread. This is a much cheaper option as the bearings are readily available. Grease nipples can be set up to feed the inner needle bearings with a tube passing through the centre of the pivot shaft. Grease nipples can also be added to the taper roller bearing housing. I followed Henry's guidelines which are laid out in an old newsletter. I will look for the details and post them in this Forum.

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22 Jun 2018 06:20 #34809 by RubyDS
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Interesting but have you the timken number used for that?

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22 Jun 2018 08:26 #34810 by Terry Cockerell
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Rudy the bearing numbers I have listed are.
M28241 / 1R2424 ......... is the needle bearing assembly
138890 .............................. is the taper roller cup
13830 ................................. is the taper roller bearing cone
The outside diameter of the bearing is 2 1/2" which fits inside the outer bearing block.
I can't remember the shaft size of the suspension arm
Any bearing company should be able to readily supply these parts.

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22 Jun 2018 12:30 #34812 by Thomas Wilcock
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I used the Timken 13835D double row race and Timken 13890 cup. Unlike the original double row race I removed, the new Timken 13835D had holes around the center for lubrication. I drilled the bottom retainer bolt for the bearing housing and installed a grease fitting so that the bearings can be greased occasionally.
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22 Jun 2018 12:32 #34813 by RubyDS
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Perfect Terry,

I have cone 13889 and have ordered 4 cup 13830 availlable next week,many thanks

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22 Jun 2018 12:43 #34814 by Thomas Wilcock
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I should have said that Timken # 13890 is the bearing cone.
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