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SKF# - to - Studebaker # : Bearing Chart

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  • SKF# - to - Studebaker # : Bearing Chart

    I found an online e-catalog for SKF bearings. By using their search-feature, I found 1075 Studebaker Part Numbers... and their SKF Bearing counterpart.
    I think these are mostly roller and ball bearings... as I couldn't find matching numbers for some Stude needle bearings, or bushings.

    I sorted out all the Studebaker Numbers.. and added them to a webpage.

    You need to learn to use the search-feature of your browser- so you can quickly find your Studebaker Part Number.

    http://www.raylinrestoration.com/TechnicalPages/skf.htm

    Ray


    Specializing in Studebaker Restoration
    Ray

    www.raylinrestoration.com
    Specializing in Studebaker Restoration

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    Thanks for your efforts Ray. This will enable a lot of folks to go to a local bearing distributor (like Motion Industries) and in many cases buy a bearing for much less than the price at the local parts store. If you give the bearing salesman an actual part number, then you don't have to hear ... "you want a front wheel bearing for what kind of car?!"

    John Clary
    Greer, SC

    I have only two limitations ...BRAINS & ENERGY
    SDC member since 1975
    John Clary
    Greer, SC

    SDC member since 1975

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    • #3
      Thanks for posting that, Ray. The list also contains SKF oil seal numbers along with the bearing numbers. I found the seal I recently bought for the tailshaft of my T9 transmission in the list. I can buy bearings and seals from Bearing Belt and Chain cheaper than NAPA and I don't have to listen to "Studebaker, what's that?"
      Rick
      Kingman, AZ

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      • #4
        I'm gonna have to check that out next time I'm bored, see if there's any recommended numbers for some of the hard to find stuff (e.g. Saginaw Pitman arm seals, which I actually need)

        thanks Ray!

        nate

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        55 Commander Starlight
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        • #5
          That'll come in handy - thanks Ray!

          <h5>Mark
          '57 Transtar Deluxe
          Vancouver Island

          The NW Overdrive Tour in Parksville, BC
          May 23 & 24, 2009; check it out at -
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          Mark Hayden
          '66 Commander
          Zone Coordinator
          Pacific Can-Am Zone

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          • #6
            Awesome, I was just trying to figure this out. Very helpful

            Best Regards,
            Eric West
            "The Speedster Kid"
            Sunny Northern California
            Where the roads don't freeze over and the heat doesn't kill you.
            And an open road is yours to have -only during non-commute rush hours 9am-4pm and 7pm to 7am (Ha, ha, ha)
            55 Speedster "Lemon/Lime" (Beautiful)
            55 President State Sedan (Rusty original, but runs great and reliable)
            Best Regards,
            Eric West
            "The Speedster Kid"
            Sunny Northern California
            Where the roads don't freeze over and the heat doesn't kill you.
            And an open road is yours to have -only during non-commute rush hours 9am-4pm and 7pm to 7am (Ha, ha, ha)
            55 Speedster "Lemon/Lime" (Beautiful)
            55 President State Sedan (Rusty original, but runs great and reliable)

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