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Does any one have handy the bearing part numbers or cross reference part numbers for rebuilding a Delco Remy starter generator? Mine has seized up and the pulley end bearing came off in pieces. No chance of getting a part number off it. It was the newer style ball bearing without the oiling hole. Any help would be appreciated. The part number of the generator is 1101980. While I am at it if someone knows the part number for brushes for the same generator they should be replaced at the same time.

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Check with member Al Eden, Sandy Lake Implements or another of our member dealers. You could also check with a local starter/generator shop and/or a bearing distributor. It is a common bearing.Can you identify it from the one on the other end? I think they are the same.

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I don't know either I would just Try and contact a local Repair shop I took mine to a local place.. They were Great the guy put the new Bearing in and gave me brushes and it was cheap I thought.. Seems like under $10.00...

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