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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-03-2001, 08:33 AM
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King pin bearing #?

I need the part numbers for king pin bearings.

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Re: King pin bearing #?

I think there is a listing on the Off-road.com/suzuki
sections. You can check there.

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Re: King pin bearing #?

I looked and looked but could not find any information on the king pin bearing part numbers. Can anyone else help?

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http://www.off-road.com/suzuki/samurai/samafter.htm

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Re: King pin bearing #?

Many thank you's. Thanks I over looked it three times.

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Re: King pin bearing #?

No problem, It took me about 2 mins to find it. I have a starnge memory, things like that on the web I can trace back to , Names... fergeddaboutit. (I also have the entire list printed out in my FSM...)

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Re: King pin bearing #?

Okay guys, I have the bearings. $22.00 each (ouch)! I would have liked to get the entire rebuild kit for $189.00 but that was not pratical for me now. So I have read the manual about doing this and have everything I need. But, how long does it take per side and is there any tricks to changing these? Thanks for the help in advance.

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Well this is the first time the list did not come through. I am not mad or anything. I know how it works. Thanks minipig for the part # info. BTW timkin has the same 30302 part #. This was very very easy. Anyone with a kindergarden education and a set of tools can do this. I do have to say that it is very messy. Tons of grease. If anyone needs help let me know.

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