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Fermat
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3/4" ID 1.370 OD
Flanged .
Low load, high rpm. (7000 rpm) (originally pre-greased for high load, low rpm.)

Chinese made cheese-grade steel of course. case hardened bearings (to SOME degree anyway)

How long does this poor thing have to live at 2-3 hours a month at full spin?
Should I chemical strip the moly-sulfide and put some 3 in 1 oil in it?
I'm thinking lower temp with less viscosity lube.

Any input would be cool.

3/8/2016 12:32:09 AM

FroshKiller
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If it fails, who dies? No one? THEN FUCK IT

LET IT RIDE

3/8/2016 9:33:33 AM

Fermat
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Someone's been studying up on their mechanicals I see.
If I were as gay as you we'd totally be married

3/8/2016 2:41:46 PM

sumfoo1
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http://www.timken.com/sites/newproducts/en-us/typee/Documents/Bearing_Life_Calculations.pdf

3/8/2016 3:46:15 PM

dtownral
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i have an undergrad degree in ME but I can't remember if I ever did^

was that in one of the elective course or did I learn that and just forget it?

3/8/2016 8:33:15 PM

Fermat
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i can't remember either but I took the same classes.

the question really revolves around the stripping the molybdenum doped grease of of if and hitting it with 3n1 oil




i think frosh hit it on the head though.
fuck that genius
what a faggost

3/9/2016 12:26:38 AM

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