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I think it would be worth the time to get some aftermarket pto side bearings for saws like:

346xp
385/90xp


Those are the two I would want. I'm sure there are more. These are usually 30-50 bucks each from husky. Half that or less would sell a bunch of them.
 

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Yeah,the 385/2186 pto side has the seal integrated with the bearing
Runs $40.00 from Husky.
Got one around here somewhere if you want a pic.
 

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It's a 6203 C3 if I remember right. I bought the seal by itself once just to see how it was made. $18 for the seal. Last one I got was around $34 or so.
 

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503213-01C number on the PTO bearing.
 

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IMHO, wouldn't you want the best bearings in your saw? I mean that is the first assembled part of a build. I just purchased am bearings for a 288. Upon arrival I went and spent 12.00 each on 6202-c3 and 6203-c3 SKF bearings. It was 9.00 for the am pair and they rattle...... I would rather not have a failure of a 500.00$+ saw to save 15-20 on bearings.

Just my.02
 

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If anyone knows a of a bearing guy with connections, send me contact information. I need a bearing that, at this time, is captive. It is a rear input shaft/stator support bearing for a Aisin Warner transmission used in a Dodge diesel. It is a lot like the Allison transmission in design. Used in cab and chassis only until recently. It is a drawn cup caged needle roller that is not available by application or dimension. I need the bearing which would cost about $10-$40 for something comparable. The only way to get this bearing at this time is purchase a $3000 pump and valve body. I've spoken with every bearing manufacturer I could think of, no joy.
 

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I've used some very good aftermarket bearings. On most websites they incorrectly list the PTO side and send a 6202\6203 or whatever the flywheel side uses. I think it would be very possible to have a high quality product for a quarter to half that price. It would likely only cost a buck or 2 if ordered in bulk.
 
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