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KatKrazy

Quality Bearings

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KatKrazy

Does anyone know where I can get a set of quality trailer bearings in the metro area?
Nothing fancy just a standard 1" size that is not made in China, Taiwan, Mexico, Podunk, or somewhere else I can't spell. Are any of these still made in the USA or Germany? Thanks in advance.

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rmh2o

Not sure where they were made but the last ones I bought were from Northern Hydraulic

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fishhook8

There are several companys in the metro that handle all sorts of industrial bearings. Look in the yellow pages. Be sure that you have the number off the old bearings when you call as well as the seal. I bought a pair several years ago after the cheap ones failed on the highway. It cost maybe $10 more and they last several years. I sold the boat.

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Giant_Jackpot

Napa or Red Rooster..........

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Benny

Tull Bearing in N.E MPLS.Go North on Washington off the Broadway ave exit from HWY 94.
I buy all my bearings from them, so does my company.They never steared me wrong yet, even told me to buy factory stuff a few times as thiers were higher cost and same quality.

Benny

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1DIRTBALL

Pioneer Wheel and Rim. If I remember correctly, they are not too far from the Convention Center. Very good quality.

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KatKrazy

Thanks for the input guys. I will make a few phone calls.

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