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    Generic PDS bearings and seal part numbers for a 2-bearing bellhousing?-gctid344594

    I can see in the BOC Vault a generic bearing part number for a single bearing unit but didn't see anything for the 2-bearing style. I assumed they may well be different.

    Anybody have some generic part numbers for both the bearings and seals?

    Looks like generic parts will save about $20 each over Penta ones, and I have 2 bellhousings to do so it really adds up!

    Thanks in advance!

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    nmuir wrote:
    I can see in the BOC Vault a generic bearing part number for a single bearing unit but didn't see anything for the 2-bearing style. I assumed they may well be different.

    Anybody have some generic part numbers for both the bearings and seals?

    Looks like generic parts will save about $20 each over Penta ones, and I have 2 bellhousings to do so it really adds up!
    There are two Volvo Penta threads in the Vault... one started by myself, and one by Ryan.

    Ryan's pertains more so to the OHC 4's where you'll find the single bearing PDS.

    Volvo Penta, like many others, have built some of their components around Industry Standard bearings and seals.

    If you have the red 1 pc flywheel covers, you'll have the double bearing PDS.

    Bearings are a 6206 and a 6007 in an "open" bearing (not sealed), electric motor grade... NO Chineese bearings!

    (you can pick the seals from a sealed bearing if that's all available)

    Both fwd/aft seals are same in the 1 pc red F/C for V-8's..... 35x62x7mm in a Timken or TCM.

    Seals will usually need to be ordered in.

    If you'll see the [COLOR]"#0000FF" wrote:
    Volvo Penta Frequent Q's and A's[/COLOR] thread, there will/should info on gluing FWD seal in place, pre-filling the grease cavity, AFT seal orientation, and installing seals last after pre-fill.

    I don't know how I missed your thread back in October, but the one drive that you show is a "T" drive, or a 280 that has a "T" suspension fork installed.

    You can use the actual drive, but would need the 280/275 style suspension fork installed.

    Both lowers need to be the 1.16:1 ratio.


    Rick E. Gresham, Oregon
    2850 Bounty Sedan Flybridge model
    Twin 280 HP 5.7's w/ Closed Cooling
    Volvo Penta DuoProp Drives
    Kohler 4 CZ Gen Set

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      Second thought here.... you do not mention which boat nor year this is for.

      If by chance your F/C's are the Borg Warner style....., and the PDS housing is an extended version......, these are not Volvo Penta.

      If so, the two bearings/seals are not the same as what I previously posted.

      They are still easily available.... just slightly different, and any bearing supplier can bring them in for you. Cost is about the same... if any difference at all.

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      Rick E. Gresham, Oregon
      2850 Bounty Sedan Flybridge model
      Twin 280 HP 5.7's w/ Closed Cooling
      Volvo Penta DuoProp Drives
      Kohler 4 CZ Gen Set

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