Bobcat 853 bearings and seals

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tomstu

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I am looking for axle bearing and seal numbers for a 853h bobcat. A crossover to a timken, skf or any other manufacturer number would be a HUGE bonus. Thanks.
 

Gearclash

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Typically there is a number stamped or etched on both the cone and cup of the bearings. I go off that unless the number has been obliterated for some reason. Seals usually have a number on them also but not always. Seals can be identified by dimension and construction design.
 
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tomstu

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Typically there is a number stamped or etched on both the cone and cup of the bearings. I go off that unless the number has been obliterated for some reason. Seals usually have a number on them also but not always. Seals can be identified by dimension and construction design.
Yes I know the bearings have numbers on them but looking to get bearings and seals before I disassemble and hoping to buy from a bearing supplier. Thanks for your response.
 

Gearclash

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I see.

Too many times I have tried that and then had some kind of unhappy surprise after disassembly that required more or different parts to be ordered. I gave up on ordering parts before disassembly. I would also check and see what the OEM cost is for bearings and seals. I just ordered bearings for a JD tractor. $1500 through Deere, $2100 through a bearing supplier.
 

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That is the Timken I just pulled out of mine. 4.33" OD.
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