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288XP New crank bearings and seals Seller from this site?

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by jeffbecky1, Nov 14, 2019.

  1. jeffbecky1

    jeffbecky1 ArboristSite Operative

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    I’m looking for 288XP New crank bearings and seals. Seller from this site preferred. No Chinese parts for me.
     
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    cuinrearview Red saw lover

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    Try a want ad in the trading post...
     
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    Adam08ski ArboristSite Guru

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    Bearings are 6203 C3. They should be readily available from SKF etc. Or any good bearing manufacturer. Seals are a different ball game. Although I’ve never had a problem with farmertec seals.
     
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    gary courtney eeny meeny miny moe

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    ebay. I know it is not this site,but they are cheap compared to my bearing supplier locally. nachi,skf etc.
     
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    A bearing place will have them, about 8$ a piece, make sure they are c3's though- ususually come sealed so just pop the seals out and make sure you clean the grease out before installing.
     
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    jeffbecky1 ArboristSite Operative

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    Thank you. I found some and bought them
     
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    smokey7 jack of a lot ace of a few

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    I put them in with the grease still in them. Gives them a gebtke brake in and mix will rinse it out pretty quick.
     
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    I oil the seals up when installing them and pre lube the bearings and crank pin through the intake port after it’s assembled.
     
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