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Re: Flanged bushing for steering box

Postby Criswell » Thu May 01, 2014 8:40 pm

FF-1314-2 for the upper bushing
AA-1214-3 for the lower bushing
TT-1900 for the thrust washer, it may be an "I" instead of a "1" but I think it is a 1, it is a little smeared on the paper.

These are all Oilite 841 oil-impregnated sintered bronze.
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Re: Flanged bushing for steering box

Postby hpierce » Fri May 02, 2014 12:04 pm

Bob
Thanks for starting the search for the steering bushings. I will place an order for all 3 bushings from Motion Industries. If they all appear satisfactory after installation, I will place a second order for inventory. You never know if they will stop making them.

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Re: Flanged bushing for steering box

Postby Bob McCarty » Fri May 02, 2014 1:59 pm

Harlan, double check the # for the thrust washer. I think it should be TT-1800. That one has an ID of 1.145 while the TT-1900 has an ID of 1.389 (needs to fit a 1 1/8" shaft which would be 1.125). Criswell said the printing was smeared and I am guessing that the "8" looked like a "9". It looks like the OD of the flange and OD of the thrust washer are smalled than OEM, but because of the way things fit together, I don't think that will matter. If you don't have it back together before the Bash, I'd like to compare the repro and originals.

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Re: Flanged bushing for steering box

Postby hpierce » Fri May 02, 2014 3:06 pm

Bob
I checked the TT-1880 bushing in the catalog and it appears to be closer to the size required. I checked on the shipping and it will be $9.89 whether I order 1 or 2 sets of the bushings so I will ordered 2 of each next week. I will let you know how they fit and bring the extra set to the Bash if you want to compare them to the originals.

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