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In 2003 rebuilding a Dingo I used a firm called berniebolt@talk21.com. to make all the fixings that had to be cut out or re-made. Contact them and send a sample of your requirements.

I have just checked companies house and the company is still listed.

Bernard F Wade Ltd, PO Box 1865, Oxspring, Sheffield, S36 8BY  01226 370860

Every thing I sent was supplied or re-made in good quality at a fare price.

Cheers Michael

 

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Hi I have just put new bearings in my N0.1 Mk.2 lightweight trailer, they are easily available from bearing suppliers. I can post the bearing numbers tomorrow if you would like them.

 

Best regards

John

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Hi

The bearing codes are:

outer  bearing code   09074/09196

Inner  bearing code  14125A/14276

When I gave them the original codes they could not recognise them, so I had to measure them myself and identify the codes from websites, but they are a perfect fit on the job.  Any bearing supplier should be able to get them for you.

Best regards

John 

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On 9/3/2019 at 7:27 PM, MB1944 said:

Hi I have just put new bearings in my N0.1 Mk.2 lightweight trailer, they are easily available from bearing suppliers. I can post the bearing numbers tomorrow if you would like them.

 

Best regards

John

Just started striping the hubs how Did you get the bearings out of the hubs 

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Hi Steve

With great difficulty, some came out with an internal bearing puller, of the collet type attached to a slide hammer. Others I had to weld a bar to the taper inside the cup and knock them out from the other end.

In better setups on machinery etc. there are usually relief slots in the diameter behind the bearing that allow you to use a punch to knock them out.

Good luck

John

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If you weld a small bead of weld around the inner bearing surface they will fall out,

 

Some Tractor spares places have replacement wheel nuts that may work,

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