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    Bearings 6002RS - 16

    From a token BB.

    Bearing marked 6002RS-16

    OD 31mm
    W 10mm
    B 16mm

    All dimensions nominal.

    Anyone got a supplier or REAL part number?

    Thanks

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    I'm not.

    That part number has different dimensions in every part book I have looked in (to my part).
    No bearing I have been able to find fits those dimension.
    I know some other BB's use this bearing so there must be a supplier.
    Since I have checked all the big MFR's parts books I posted on here knowing some one must have an idea.

    There is little point in me quoting an incorrect part number at a shop and being supplied an incorrect part. I KNOW others have seen this but not been able to find out what they used and who supplied it.

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    Sorry, I don't have the current CPI figures at hand for calculating the real part numbers!

    Anyhow... being serious now. I am sure you can just go to any bearing store and give them either the 6002RS-16 code, or just quote them the OD, ID, W measurements

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    Negative reply from one of the specialist bike bearing suppliers. They can't get them and they are not listed in any catalog.

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    Ash240,
    What B.B. do you have?

    These are the measurements you have;
    OD 31mm
    W 10mm
    B 16mm
    I'll take a peek for you tomorrow

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    Token TK866CM


    "normal" bearing supplier confirmed he was also unable to get them. Got the same "oh no, that's not a problem" from him when I said they were impossible to get. That didn't last long though.

    unless someone has a source of these "special" bearings I'm going to have to fight it out with the retailer for a refund. Under a year old AND it was specifically bought to be rebuilt. Cranks are still good so I didn't want to end up not having a BB to fit them.


    Looks like I will be in the market for a new set of cranks.

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    Phil wood makes a bearing #6002 but the dimensions are 15/32/9 (ID/OD/W).

    http://www.philwood.com/products/Bearings.pdf

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    Yes, many others do too. I could buy them easily.

    But

    they won't fit.


    I'm really more interested in something that fits. It just seems like I would get far more use out of it if I could use it VS looking at it not fitting.


    You may also notice I have "hinted" at that part number not being correct?

    I did this as the part number is not correct. It's marked as that but is not.
    Lucky I didn't assume it was the correct part number as I would then have bought parts that don't fit. Not much good when I need a part that fits.


    I expect this whole question is about finding a supplier of a bearing that fits. Not finding bearings that don't fit

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    Return/Warranty It

    Under a year old??

    That BB should last 100 years based on it's clain that they're "special bearings" last 5-10 times longer than regular bearings.

    I've got Shimano and Phil BB's that are ~20 years old and still going strong.
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    I replaced a Shimano with this. I wanted a rebuildable BB so I didn't have to change the cranks


    Do you have that part number listed by any one? NSK show it at different dimensions.
    I've found it listed with a felt seal Also some "quality" Chinese bearings but no real information or data on the size, just the part number and multiple sources show it at a different size to what I need.


    Supplier has been emailed, they told me to use the part number on there and I've explained I would rather buy a bearing that fits. Since it's under a year old if they can't come up with anything I will be pushing for a refund and either getting a new crank set (probably) or PW BB (not really cost effective for me).

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    Woops, Sorry...

    I misread your dimentions

    The bearing I listed is 10x30x16
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