Wheel Bearings for 1970 GS 3.64 RW507G

Discussion in 'Got gears?' started by schwemf, Jul 24, 2016.

  1. DauntlessSB92

    DauntlessSB92 Addicted to Buick

    The bearings Brian has work perfect.

    I may have taken the scenic route to get the old bearing off but the axle wasn't damaged so I'll call it a win. Even if it makes more sense in the long run to swap in an 8.5 but I am glad bearings are still available for the BOP 8.2.

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  2. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    Put a little grease on the shaft wear it contacts the seal,so it’s not dry,and the seal doesn’t try and grip the shaft.
  3. monzaz

    monzaz Jim

    remember to oil the axle shaft when pressing on your new parts also... IF you already did not, oil well. :) LOL
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  4. 69CAMARO383

    69CAMARO383 New Member

    are they still available if so please contact me rw507gr bearings thank you
  5. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    Yes. I have some.
  6. 69CAMARO383

    69CAMARO383 New Member

    i would like to purchase one bearing and one retainer asap need instructions
  7. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    I sell them as a pair. $150.00 with the shipping.
  8. 69CAMARO383

    69CAMARO383 New Member

    i want them asap, lets do this, whats next as far purchasing and shipping goes?
  9. schwemf

    schwemf Mike Schweitzer

    Just to follow up, the machine shop was able to save the original retainers and reuse them.

    Also, Walt's suggestion about checking ebay periodically has worked out well for me, as I was able to find a pair for $25, instead of the usual $175-$200!! You'll need to set up an ebay notification and be quick to act. It did take four years of watching and waiting before this much cheaper set showed up, though!
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2020
  10. CruisinLou

    CruisinLou Cruisin Lou

    I just got 2 new ones shipped to me from Michigan... Call Summit racing and tell that the guys who make them for Year One went out of business.... They will call a manufacturer in Michigan...( I have the bearings in the box in the car still... Forgot the name of the manufacturer... I can tell you tomorrow if needed when I get to work on the car....)

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