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I have an old Stanley router H39B that needs lower shaft bearing. It is a shielded bearing (not sealed). Brand of bearing is Norma that is on the tool and it has a bearing #9013DD. Bearing supply houses say it is not available anymore. It is 1/2" shaft size and 1-1/4" OD bearing size. Love the old router and hate to lose it, as I've been using it many years. Thanks for any suggestions.
 

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DHrazdil said:
I have an old Stanley router H39B that needs lower shaft bearing. It is a shielded bearing (not sealed). Brand of bearing is Norma that is on the tool and it has a bearing #9013DD. Bearing supply houses say it is not available anymore. It is 1/2" shaft size and 1-1/4" OD bearing size. Love the old router and hate to lose it, as I've been using it many years. Thanks for any suggestions.
Someone else needed a collet for a old Stanley router.......

"I don't know if this will help but back in the early 80's Stanley Power Tools Division was purchased by Bosch Power Tool Corp."

Result:
"Update: for anyone with the same problem, i've found the bosch equivalent collet. The part is #3600499503."

I guess I would start with Bosch........

Ed
 

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Try a place like PRECISION BEARING in omaha nebraska just call them with the old number if you have it. If no available just give the size of bearing and if it no availabe they will make it. Any question just call me @ 402-453-4417 in omaha or email me at [email protected]

I hope that helps
 

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You may want to try Applied Industrial they usually do a good job finding bearings. I deal with the local store but I am sure you can google them to find out how to contact them.

BTW I have an old Stanley too. Mine belonged to my uncle and was made around 1958. Nice old router though.
 
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