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Offline MaTTe

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Bearings, balljoints and bushes once and for all.
« on: August 03, 2012, 12:33:40 AM »
Hi Ladies and Gents,
I have been doing extensive research on these matters partly by choice, and partly by force.
I have separated the following into categories to help navigation.

Bearings for HQ-WB disc brake conversions

Bearings to use: Small Stub

2 off SKF 12748/10
Bore:   21.430mm/0.8437in
O.D:    45.237mm/1.7810in
Width:  15.494mm/0.6100in

2 off LM67048/10
Bore:   31.750mm/1.2500in
O.D:    59.131mm/2.3280in
Width:  15.875mm/0.6250in

These bearings require no modification to either the stub axle nor the disc rotor in anyway.


A copy of the CRS .pdf

My revised version of the CRS .pdf


Bearings to use: Large Stub

2 off 07100S/07210X *
Bore:   25.400mm/1.0000in
O.D:    50.800mm/2.0000in
Width:  15.011mm/0.5910in
(*Requires machining of rotor)

2 off L68149/10
Bore:   34.987mm/1.3775in
O.D:    59.131mm/2.3280in
Width:  15.875mm/0.6250in

These bearings will require machining of the rotor at the outer face ONLY, which will then either require a grease cap adapter, or a larger size grease cap if anyone is interested in attempting to source a suitable part.


A copy of the CRS .pdf

My revised version of the CRS .pdf



Balljoints


Upper all vans BJ24
Lower Early vans (approx 41mm dia) BJ268
      Late vans  (approx 43mm dia) BJ148
Tie Rod ends TE476R


Suppliers and prices

PartCo
(02) 9688 4400
Atap
(08) 9356 2499

Top BJ24 $87
Lower BJ148 $126.17
TieRod TE476R $73.50


Pedders Cannington

BJ24 $75ish
BJ148 $90ish
TE476R $70ish


George Stock & Co
+64-9-270 7200

BJ24 $34.13 NZD
BJ148 $36.75 NZD
TE476R $22.84 NZD
Freight $175 NZD (to WA)

JW Classics
$60 for each balljoint or tierod


Bushes

Nolathane
45114 upper inner installs into original shell
45115 lower inner installs into original shell

Whiteline
W52057 upper inner supplied with shells
W52058 lower inner installs into original shells

Superpro
SPF0383K Upper inner supplied with shells
SPF0384K Lower inner supplied with shells

I recommend either informing your suspension shop that the appropriate bushes require burning out the previous bushes leaving the shells intact, as I had mine burnt out and then the company pushed out the shells anyway.
This was an expensive exercise.

Bushes installation costs

WA suspensions quoted $280
Pedders quoted $150 or less depending on time taken. (it cost me $88 in the end)


I hope this is helpful for some.
Cheers,
Matte

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Re: Bearings, balljoints and bushes once and for all.
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2012, 12:33:56 AM »

i have posted this in the technical and driveline forums for ease of finding for future reference.
I personally think this should be made 'sticky' however that is upto the discretion of the moderators.
please remove this comment upon viewing.

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Re: Bearings, balljoints and bushes once and for all.
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2012, 12:49:42 AM »
hey matt great work mate, now just update ure email contact,  sent u msg chasing ure number but bounced!!  give me a buzz wen u get a chance, cheers Steve
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Re: Bearings, balljoints and bushes once and for all.
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2012, 07:42:31 AM »
Yep great Job Matte, I have Stickied it for you.

Warren
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Re: Bearings, balljoints and bushes once and for all.
« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2012, 12:49:56 PM »
Excellent job Matte... ;D ;D ;D  I will be following your path soon to rebuild my truck ;D ;D
John Abbott

 

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