YM2002D dynamo bearings

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winston1

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One of the bearings on my little dynamo locked up today. It uses two 6201 2RS double seal bearings. Had to cut the inner one with a dremel tool. I didn't have a puller small enough to get under it. After cleanup everything went back together smoothly. Both bearings were $7.74 including tax. Pretty cheap repair. The kind I like. I guess not bad after 30 years. I doubt they have been changed before.
 

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Are you working in my shed? You appear to have my Rattle Gun and Angle Grinder....:laughing:
 
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Are you working in my shed? You appear to have my Rattle Gun and Angle Grinder....:laughing:

They have been good ones. Cheap little impact is about worn out. Never heard the term "rattle gun" before.
 
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It's good to know these are so easily rebuildable! Great writeup!
 
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Yeah 15-16 bucks in repairs after 30 years is a lot of bang for the buck she looks good! :thumbsup:
 
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They have been good ones. Cheap little impact is about worn out. Never heard the term "rattle gun" before.

Impact Wrench or Gun would be it, we Aussies call them Rattle Guns also, you "Rattle" the bolts loose. nice work on the Dynamo also :D
 
 
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