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Hey guys looking for some info on this micro stub unit bering. I think I ended up buying the last set of CNC “serviceable” unit bearing in so cal. Well one failed, I ended up using an one of my original ones I replaced for PM. I’d like to make this one work again for a spare, dose anyone know where I can find parts and how it goes back togeather? I was told gear one has almost an identical set up. Also this is a 31 spline is that what everyone is running? 
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Our 3-bolt kit is different but will bolt into your trailing arms. You should be able to take the bearings down to a local bearing house and get replacements.

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16 minutes ago, parker@gearone said:

Our 3-bolt kit is different but will bolt into your trailing arms. You should be able to take the bearings down to a local bearing house and get replacements.

Thanks man I’ll start with the bearings, i think the original failure was that the castle nut on the stub was running out of threads not allowing proper torque, I think I need a thicker washer to get the castle nut further out where the kotter pin runs through it, right now the nut is past the hole on the stub. If that makes any sense 

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31 minutes ago, Drupanddown said:

X32010X ISOCI ASS DJ1015

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Yeah take that to a local bearing house they'll be able to get that no problem. Make sure you get genuine Timken well worth the money. I don't recommend buying bearings online unless from a reputable site because there are a lot of fakes out their.

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6 hours ago, Drupanddown said:

X32010X ISOCI ASS DJ1015

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Check dimensions against the CAD drawing:

https://cad.timken.com/item/tapered-roller-bearings---single-cones/tapered-roller-bearings---single-cones---metric/x32010x

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1 hour ago, Rockwood said:

Thanks man X32010X is a go 

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