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  1. birdmeter

    birdmeter Pinnacle OPE Member

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    can some of the saw rebuilders tell me abought these deep grove ball bearings. are they better than oem .do they last longer. what is the advantage of using them? get em or not get em?
     
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    If you put a link up to what you referring too it could/would be easier to answer your question..

    And I could be wrong but most peeps prefer 0em, And i beleave. the 26 are also used in the 36, so they must be over engineered

    Edit: I just looked at the ipl on the 026 & 036 , one bearing is the same and the other is a bit larger on the 036
    Cheers
     
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    67L36Driver Here For The Long Haul!

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    Saws of all makes use mostly standard single row deep groove ball bearings.
    # 6201, 6202 & 6203. Open with steel separator. Made to international standards.

    Also available with plastic separator. Heat kills the plastic and should be avoided if possible.

    Some (very few actually) use a special configuration or feature.

    When you are a manufacturer, and buy by the tens of thousands you can order up all sorts of strange stuff.
     
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    Wagnerwerks I have yet to "suffer" from CAD

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    I actually hate buying oem if it's a standard bearing. I can always buy an nsk or nachi for as little as 10% of oem list.
     
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    Grooved ball bearing 13x35x13 [​IMG] Flywheel Puller (22mm x 26mm Thread) For Stihl chainsaws
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    Part #: H37026

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    Quality aftermarket spur type sprocket drum, .325", 7 tooth.
    Fits: Stihl 026, MS260, MS261, MS271, MS291
    Replaces OEM part: 1121 640 2004 Quality aftermarket Grooved Ball Bearing
    For: Stihl 024, 026, 026, 028, BR320, BR320L, BR340, BR340L...
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    well i tried copy and paste.it copied everything on the page on the same line. the bearing is on hl supply web site under 026 stihl. proly nothing i need but was just wandering about them proly just something else to sell.but maybe better bearing .dont know.on the rear of a gl 1500 i put a bearing that had 2 rolls of bearing in the same bearing the the man at allied bearing told me it was a better more stable and last longer bearing.
     
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    You can switch brands but saws lack room for double row ball bearings.
     
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    The cheap The flywheel puller will be fine for your needs.

    The bearings, like I said most peeps like oem, you can get cheaper than oem bearings that are not Chinese for the flywheel side, but for the pto side your only option Is oem or Chinese.

    If you read through the rice burner 660 builds, you will find that there were a few bearing problems, some flushed them with solvents and some didn’t, where as some changed them.

    Anyhow, you will have fun getting the old ones out and the new ones in. There are ways but it takes planning and patients.
    I’ve done it on my 026, but I will not be in a rush to do it again
    Cheers

    Edit, I used Chinese bearings. I did spin them slowly to feel for any gritty ness/or bumps and lumps. And then washed with solvent and dried and checked again.
    Anyhow the saw will never see a lot of use.

    My thread, :cool: http://opeforum.com/threads/ms026-cheapish-rebuild-fix.12696/
     
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