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Old 01-04-2010, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default Part# for replacement D1 AC pulley bearing?

Replaced the whole pulley with the bearing in it on a customers rig with a good used one, but I'm trying to get a new bearing so I can still have a good complete AC pump on hand. Pressed the old one out no problem and its a Nachi brand with a number:30BGS10DST2, but it doesnt cross reference to anything. So I was hoping one of you guys have been able to find a timkin replacement or something.
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: Part# for replacement D1 AC pulley bearing?

no ones done this? 30mm ID 52mm OD and 22mm deep.
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Old 01-05-2010, 03:53 PM   #3
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Default Re: Part# for replacement D1 AC pulley bearing?

Neal:
One of the few positive things I learned working for those folks over on Grand Avenue was to not bother trying to do things like this.

While saving a client a few dollars seems like a good idea, it can turn around and bite you in the ass.

I finally learned that being a cheap bastard and cobbling trucks together was not the way to do things.

That said, I'll call my bearing guy.
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Default Re: Part# for replacement D1 AC pulley bearing?

OK, did some searching, made a few calls.

It looks like that might be a proprietary bearing made only for Sanden, just like the bearings in the ZF PAS pumps. None of the Nachi bearing spec sheets available to two of my suppliers even show a bearing with those dimensions.

When you find them, buy a bunch! OTOH, Napa probably has piles of them that can be crossed.

I'll see if my wife can find anything for us, but it's slightly out of her company's field.
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Old 01-05-2010, 04:17 PM   #5
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Default Re: Part# for replacement D1 AC pulley bearing?

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Neal:
One of the few positive things I learned working for those folks over on Grand Avenue was to not bother trying to do things like this.

While saving a client a few dollars seems like a good idea, it can turn around and bite you in the ass.

I finally learned that being a cheap bastard and cobbling trucks together was not the way to do things.

That said, I'll call my bearing guy.

Agreed. you reach a point where its not worth the trouble, but in this situation it was much quicker to replace his pulley/bearing than it was to evac the AC, replace the pump, and recharge the AC. I was just hoping to find a replacement bearing for around $20 so I could throw our spare back together though.
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