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Thanks, keep us posted.


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Tony..I might have found a source in China for the 73000 series timkens. I'm currently waiting for one to show up at my door step. If that goes bust the 36000 series could work with the adapter but I've only found two. No longer in production much like the 73562/73875. My D/S wheel bearings are good so worst case the 36000s could fix the P/S.
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Jeff Lakaszcyck (10/6/2017)
Craig, your PM box is full, so I can't reply to your message. You can email me at lakaszjl@aol.com .


Hey Jeff, 

Thanks, I have just mended my evil ways and emptied my PM folder.  Wish there was a way to archive all that...
When I tried to email you within the JOT system, it bounced, but worked just fine using the same email address outside the JOT system.  

Craig




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Researching Holmes / Plains / Coleman / American Coleman Trucks
and selected production partners, such as Columbian Steel Tank, Quick Way Truck Shovel, Howe-Coleman, International Harvester, Marmon-Herrington, and SnowBlast

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Craig, your PM box is full, so I can't reply to your message. You can email me at lakaszjl@aol.com .

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thundersnow70 (10/3/2017)
I need Timken 73562 and 73875. 73562 has a 5.6250 ID and a 1.2450 width. The cone is 73875, .............8.750 OD and a .9375 width. Close to what you referenced but not close enough. 

Thanks for posting them.

If you could make and use a spacer for the outer cup you may be able to use inexpensive  Timken 36686 / 36620 bearings.
See attached for dimensions.



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thundersnow70 (10/3/2017)
I need Timken 73562 and 73875. 73562 has a 5.6250 ID and a 1.2450 width. The cone is 73875, .............8.750 OD and a .9375 width. Close to what you referenced but not close enough. 

Thanks for posting them.

That's interesting to know that the Coleman axle in the Ford F4 is different than the Coleman in all of the tractors I listed.
I have checked many bearing catalogs and it appears Timken is the only one that made that size combination you listed and yeah, lots of $$$$$$.



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Just a thought, Applied Industrial Technologies catalogs hundreds of bearings, cups, etc. and might be a source for some Timken numbers. I got some from them for an equipment at work that I couldn't locate through automotive suppliers.

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I need Timken 73562 and 73875. 73562 has a 5.6250 ID and a 1.2450 width. The cone is 73875, .............8.750 OD and a .9375 width. Close to what you referenced but not close enough. 

Thanks for posting them.
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thundersnow70 (5/22/2017)
Craig, we plan to be at the show on Saturday. I will try to find you. We plan to check out as many vendors as we can and then check out the trucks. As we have never been to a AHTS show it will be a learning experience. I am also going to try and pm you with my cell number if you want to try and call me Saturday to meet up. 

Another thing that had me thinking when I see these Coleman tugs is the front wheel bearings. The hubs look identical to my Coleman "kit" Ford F4. So I wonder if anyone has every had any luck sourcing reasonable front wheel bearings? I assume tugs travel MUCH slower and have fewer miles than a truck would have so maybe the wheel bearings have held up better on tugs? 

If anyone has found the giant wheel bearings for a Coleman please let me know. Thanks...............Mark


If your cups are 7.625” OD x .906 wide and the cone is 5.750 ID x 1.125 wide then the cup is Timken 36620 and the cone is Timken 36690. That crosses over to Massey-Ferguson 833110M1 cup and 833111M1 cone bearing and many others.
See attached Timken 36690 36620 crosses for more applications and info.



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