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have russian bearings in swedish wrapper

what reference chart to use...?

1 # is russian so USA keys dont type....

other is 6-180206C17 and all references are russian  ....dont want to send GC to nigeria

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We have a bearing supply house here called Applied Industrial, I haven't found a bearing they couldn't get.  99% of the time it's in stock.  Maybe your best bet is finding a similar bearing supply company near you to take it in to?

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Bearing and Drives have never failed to find a bearing and race if they had an example to go by.

The thing about Russian machinery is, it was all produced on the communist/socialist horsepuckey method- of - we have a workers collective that do X(say bearings, drives, belts, etc) in Volograd. We'll have one in Kiev. We'll have one in Minsk. We'll have one in Czech Republic. And they weren't particularly innovative unless it was a weapon. So, quite possibly that bearing was used in a lathe or a dozer or tractor(think Belarus, Kamaz, Ural Tractor Division, Concern Tractors) or a motorcycle- again Ural motorcycle division.

A lot of times they copied what was available in East Germany or what they could get completely knocked down from West Germany- so there are Lanz and also Deutz designs.

At least it is available.

First letter should be Cryllic- find a chart and so long as it is clearly visible you can go from there- ie find a list of the cryllic script to english.

Any chance instead of it being in a Swedish wrapper it is in a Finnish wrapper ? Finland was practically a satellite and they used many Russian parts that someone designed and the Soviets poorly ripped off.

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bearing outlet NEVER has it can get in 10 days  $15 per package per location

last I didnt let their door hit me 4 , 1" china %&*(^) bearings were  ($20 ) !!! more !!! than a complete new #1k cart

found a cross to 

6206-2rs  but those are marked on box

6206-2rs   E

6206 88-E/ 6206 2rs   E

codes...?  seller just has a crate and no details

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Put calipers on the old bearing and see the measurements, it's likely metric anyways. 

Local Case IH has bins marked with metric sizes.

Outside diameter, inside diameter, thickness. 

RS in the sub numbers is "rubber seal" 

 

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