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I need help raising my old PC routers from the dead.
Old bearing # is 878064
New superseded # is 858464
PC supplier has none.
PC model # 6902
Repair shop because of legal issues will only use PC or Rockwell bearings.
I know my old routers are better than the new ones.
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Check ereplacementparts.com
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If you have a local bearing dealer take it into them they can match it up. Usually the cost is only a few dollars because it isn't a specific part for something.
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Welcome!

If all else fails you can go to the PC parts website at Detail.
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Cliff, try Ball Bearings:Miniature bearings:Ceramic Bearings:Bearing. I ordered bearings from here and found them easy to pay and they had quick deliveries.
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Hi, I have replaced many bearings in all types of tools and high power industrial machines. I have obtained all of my bearings from bearing houses and not from companies whose tools I was repairing. The benefits are that they are usually less expensive and often you can choose a better bearing. The best thing to do is to find the bearing house in your area (search web or "yellow pages" if they still exist) and take the bearing with you. These houses know their bearings and will be very helpful. If you are in the Los Angeles Area, check out a bearing house on Canoga Park Blvd in Canoga Park. Enjoy.
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Thank you, Gentlemen.
I now have some info to work with.
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