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theres a guy on ebay hes out of texas think his name is jerry they come six bearing to a pack for 25.00 there for the 48 and 42 inch deep deck and free shipping thats the best buy i found on deck bearings. around home i pay 9.25 a bearing, so far they been holding up he has numbers youll need to cross reference them the old number is 2108202sm he has that number on his post.

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Originally posted by Mike
Anyone have a good inexpensive source for large frame front spindle wheel bearings? Or a timkin equivelent number? Thanks, Mike
I got mine at Napa but don't remember the part number. Just bring them down and they should be able to help you out. My local Napa store has been around since I was a kid and they have some people who love digging in books to find parts. I thinks its kind of a challenged for them rather then the regular car stuff the do every day.

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I have 3 of the inboard bearings with the built-in seal if anyone here needs one or more of these. http://www.amazon.com/Timken-LM11900LA-Tapered-Bearing-Assembly/dp/B000PI4HEM/ref=pd_sxp_f_i

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