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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:24 pm 
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Hey guys. Replaced bushings in my latest rage king and link pin combo spindles.Wantiing to replace the 2 bearings in the spindle housing anybody have apart #or source for these
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:39 pm 
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Timkin # B-2420 IF your referring to the needle bearings.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2015 9:21 am 
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Well thank you Mike. That was a pretty fast answer WOW!! And a real stand up gesture in my opinion considering I see you fab your own spindles. When I tear up this latest rage junk[and I will] I will be looking to you for some parts if your up to it. Again thanks Mike
Now just gotta figure out what bearings and seals are in my Jamar front disc brakes. wide 5 on link and pin beam. any body know? I see pacific customs has a HD set with both bearings races and seals for $120usd ouch Does that price sound right? Thought maybe I could source them at a local bearing house to save shipping cost and time.
By the way great site guys already pirated the Electric power steering idea from here and now I'm getting new bearings for the spindles
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:22 am 
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Does anybody know??
Inner race 15244
inner bearing 15123
outer race 07204
outer bearing 07100
seal 471831
torrington B-2420 (king pin bearings)
All Timkin numbers. This is what works with my stuff and Tweeds and Fodrill and Woods, who knows if it works for latest (junk) rage.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:01 am 
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Well down here in the south only candyasses use brakes on the front except single seaters and they ain't worth a damn backin down a hill so good luck with that


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:10 am 
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So what makes the single seaters non candy ass for having front brakes and why can't you fellows back them up?
I added: The more important question, why are you guys backing down hills??

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:20 am 
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Thats why all the buggys down south are all bent up:grin:
I dont have front brakes and ill back down a black girls ass:evil:
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:43 am 
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Well I'm a poor broke a$$hole but I'll try and climb anything around but all the people I know with SS buggies are way to lite on the front end and we have to wrap straps around them to help them back off a hill but I learned a long time ago ur not gonna make it up every hill no matter how bad ur ride is so u gotta learn how to back down a hill in middle of the nite and drunk as hell or roll to the bottom so maybe I'm a little more hardcore than most but hell it's all in good fun


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:48 am 
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diamonddav wrote:
Thats why all the buggys down south are all bent up:grin:
I dont have front brakes and ill back down a black girls ass:evil:
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Yea diamond Dave I have the most bend up and beat up buggy in Alabama and possible the south I'm sure a lot of the guys from down here will tell u I ain't got no at no sense at all. But it's awesome to take the ugliest and biggest pos buggy and climb stuff nobody else wants to mess with because they are scared of skinning their buggy up


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 2:34 am 
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damn skippy, me and you has to take a night ride!!we'll just be gone for an hour :lol: :lol: :lol: anyway what bearing number was that?

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Aw shit did I miss a pull on the pipe or a round of uncle Jeds shine when I was gone?? :x
jeff69- got front brakes cause its for a barely street legal Baja bug that I drag around behind the motor home. [u know to go get beer, steaks and smokes as the crow flys with out packin up the whole frickin camp] 8) Gotta admit I am from the north- way north Igloos, Eskimos, polar bear Canada north eh. Oh yea sorry bout burnin down the White house We were drunk, young, foolish and took it a little to far :oops: OH my look how you have grown :lol:
diamonddav- back down a black girls ass?? never tried that yet aw hell i'll try anything once maybe two r three times if I like it :wink:
And now back to your regular scheduled programing
MadMike-Thank you so much. Saves me a lot of foot work.
You sir are "a gentleman a scholar and a fine judge of horse flesh"
Oh yea bout the latest(junk)rage stuff I was a newbe bustin trail on my own with no guidance.(no one does this stuff up here)Forgive me I now know the errors of my ways (and I just thought I would buy every thing twice, build it twice That should keep me in the poor house, take up all my time and give me a chance to have the odd dozen or two of BEER in the shop :wink:
All other members-great forum the humor here is great
Here is some pics for your amusement
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 11:02 am 
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Sorry folks put to big of pics in and it efed up my post.
will try edit later it's work time now :(
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Hey your not the only one from the frozen north.


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