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post #16 of 19 Old 02-12-2019, 05:48 PM
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Re: machining for an interference (press) fit

I would use a hone to do the job. Might take some time, but just hone, then check, then hone more! It's gonna be guesswork no mater how you go about it. thanks; sonny

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Re: machining for an interference (press) fit

Any decent machine shop is going to have a lathe with a spindle bore larger than the OD of your pipe. They will just chuck up one end of the pipe and bore it and then turn the pipe around and bore the other end.

You need the bore to be about .003" smaller than the OD of the bearing with both at room temp. There is no way to work to this fine of a tolerance except by using the correct tool which is a lathe. Even my little Grizzly 12x36 has a 1.57" spindle bore.

The next question is how are you going to keep the bearings in their bore? Are you going to be improperly loading the inner races ?

You should explain what you are trying to do and maybe somebody will come up with an easy and cheap solution.
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Re: machining for an interference (press) fit



Get a bed extension.

BTW...IDK why steady is on wrong side...hard to use door too.

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Re: machining for an interference (press) fit

A BFH will make it fit. :-)
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