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Glacier bearing application #768163
03/15/19 5:38 am
03/15/19 5:38 am
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As there seem to be few here with intimate knowledge of bearing Glacerial thought I might cross post this from the A7-A10 forum
Fellow Sufferers..

Does anyone have an old Glacier Bearing Catalogue, early 1950's or onwards. I have acquired some shells with the box label missing, but in Glacier Livery typical of the 1950's, and pre the AE takeover.

There are 6 Shells in the set, so look to be main bearing shells for an early 3 bearing car or commercial crank.

The shells have two oil holes and a central oilway groove.

Shells are stamped GS 7689 S +030. Typical Glacier style.

Hopefully I can find out what they fit, as it is a shame to just dump them when someone somewhere could make good use.

My catalogues start in 1986, so are too new for these bearings.


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Re: Glacier bearing application [Re: BSA_WM20] #768169
03/15/19 10:20 am
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They will be main bearings based on the grooves but my catalogues do not go back that far. Even at the factory there will be no reference to the number as the aftermarket was taken down to Bradford after AE took over and during computerisation paper records were dumped.

Re: Glacier bearing application [Re: BSA_WM20] #768242
03/16/19 4:40 am
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Thanks for that.
He will just have to keep looking or take them to a swap meet.


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