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Old 04-08-2010, 06:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fan Hub Bearing

Cummins part #3910739
Anyone know a cross reference # for another supplier? I've searched the 'net and come up empty.
Everywhere I look the thing costs around $300.
Found it for $72 at a place in Miami but they only sale wholesale and I don't need to buy a case of them.
Thanks for any advice.
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Some guys are replacing the actual bearing that resides inside that housing instead of the entire assembly.

Do you have an industrial bearing dealer in your area? I'll bet the actual cost of just the bearing is around $30.

Here is the part number for a replacement: NTN DF0766LUA

Also, did you check at Dodge or at Cummins for the part? Sometimes Cummins direct is much cheaper than Dodge.
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the bearings are pretty cheap, i checked it out the last time i had mine off (doin crank seal) and wanted to replace it wile it was out.

I ended up not having one on the shelf (of course, $250,000 worth of bearings in inventory and this is the one we dont have ) so i just threw it back together.
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Thanks for the replies.
The $300 is just for the bearing not the complete assembly ($500). And that was the Cummins price not Dodge.
I found several cross reference numbers with further searching- the NTN DF0766LUA you referenced, an NSK BD35-12DU8A, NSK BD35-12ATDDU8 & a Fafnir / Timken GYA100RRB.
Unfortunately I can't find anyplace that has one for sale. Even when searching the manufacturers sites I can't pull them up.
However I did find a post from last month in the 2nd Gen 24 valve forum where a member replaced his fan bearing (same part #) and he got it from some place in Texas for $30 + $10 shipping. I sent him a PM to try and get a contact number.
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Thanks for the replies.
The $300 is just for the bearing not the complete assembly ($500). And that was the Cummins price not Dodge.
I found several cross reference numbers with further searching- the NTN DF0766LUA you referenced, an NSK BD35-12DU8A, NSK BD35-12ATDDU8 & a Fafnir / Timken GYA100RRB.
Unfortunately I can't find anyplace that has one for sale. Even when searching the manufacturers sites I can't pull them up.
However I did find a post from last month in the 2nd Gen 24 valve forum where a member replaced his fan bearing (same part #) and he got it from some place in Texas for $30 + $10 shipping. I sent him a PM to try and get a contact number.
https://www.mohawkmfg.com/shop/part/2656/
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Found the bearing at jv_servs500@hotmail.com for $69.95 iten #121159129681. INstalled it this afternoon in less than 3 hours with limited equipment. Knocked fan nut loose and set fan in shroud, took belt off, removed hub pully, removed hub housing assembly, pounded fan hub out with hammer, pounded out old bearing with BIG hammer, put bearing housing in 300 degree oven and new bearing in freezer, had a beer, took a short nap, tapped the cold bearing into the hot housing after about 1 hour, used old bolt to pull hub into place, put everything back. While I was in there also replaced fan clutch since truck has 330,000 miles. No cuts or mashed fingers. A lot cheaper than Dodge or Cummins price. Hope this helps.

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