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Re: (ET) motor bearings and brushes
- Subject: Re: (ET) motor bearings and brushes
- From: "Christopher Meier" <mr23 mn rr com>
- Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 11:39:43 -0500
- References: <008301c1b7ef$23763260$0401a8c0 fcc net> <001401c1b804$4af90be0$ccc3d63f k1p0u6>
- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu
Anyone have a source for a bearing puller that works on the mower deck
motors? Vendor and part # would be appreciated.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven Naugler" <snaugler earthlink net>
To: <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 5:41 PM
Subject: Re: (ET) motor bearings and brushes
> To SteveS and others,
> MOTOR BEARINGS:
> The large frame traction motors use a 6203 bearing on the small end and a
> 6205 on the large end.
> The small diameter mower deck motors use a 6201 on the small end and a
> on the large end. The large diameter mower deck motors may use different
> SteveS, your Hoover bearing labeled 201 is a 6201, and the Hoover bearing
> labeled 99204 is a 6204. Hoover no longer makes bearings, and the Hoover
> bearings are old enough that they don't use the curent industry standard
> labeling bearings.
> All of the GE tractor motors use metric bearings that are standard the
> over. All manufacturers use this bearing nomenclature. If you aren't
> of a size measure the IO, OD, and width in millimeters. Then you can get
> bearing size from a chart. Your bearing part number would be in the form
> 62xx-xxx. For us GE folks use 62xx-2RS.
> To get two seals add -2RS to the bearing number. For example, you'd
> to order 6201-2RS. -1RS means one seal and one side open. -2s means two
> metal shields. -1S means one metal shield. Shields don't hold in the
> grease as well as seals.
> So, SteveS, you need for three deck motors three 6201-2RS, three
> For your traction motor, assuming a large frame tractor with a shunt
> motor you'd need one 6203-2RS and one 6205-2RS.
> You should be able to get these from any bearing supply house, Grainger,
> even some good hardware stores. Brand is not that important, but most
> commonly found around here are SKF, Fafnir, and NSK. Do not hesitate to
> old bearings in dusty boxes so long as the wrapper is intact and the
> is dry.
> MOTOR BRUSHES:
> The GE motor brushes are best ordered from Bill Gunn. They are
> and even if you could find brushes that fit, they may be the wrong
> composition. Your motors have lasted this long, probably with the
> brushes and little to no commutator wear, why risk an incorrect part
> you cannot get them from Bill Gunn.
> Hope this all helps.
> Steve Naugler
> snaugler earthlink net
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "SteveS" <ssawtelle fcc net>
> To: <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
> Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 3:10 PM
> Subject: (ET) motor bearings and brushes
> > I know this has come up before, but I swear that I searched the
> > and could not find the answer! Also I promise to post the answer to the
> > files section where it will be easy for the next person to find.
> > I need the part numbers for the mower and traction motor bearings (and
> > possibly brushes). Actually I have the bearings out of my small
> > diameter
> > mower motor and have the Hoover numbers (201 top, 99204 bottom), but I
> > find an online distributer for themn or a cross-reference. Also I've
> > reference to using better sealed bearings by other companies and I
> > think
> > that would be a worthwhile upgrade..
> > I tried to call Bill Gunn, but he's out for a couple weeks.
> > I also would rather not take the traction motor apart yet to get the
> > bearings for that, as it might take a while to get bearings and I'm
> > to much fun driving around looking for things to push with the blade.
> > So can anyone help? Also if you know of an online distributer that
> > would
> > help too. I'm equa-long-distance from all the bearing supplies in our
> > Leesburg's only industry is antiques (not antique tractors!)
> > TIA,
> > Steve Sawtelle
> > Leesburg, VA
> > E12S