Suffolk Punch Deep Groove Ball Bearing for SUFFOLK PUNCH 35S

Stock Number: ES1118170

Manufactured by Bosch

(This part fits select Suffolk Punch models)

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This part is compatible with Suffolk Punch SUFFOLK PUNCH 35S Lawnmowers

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If the blade on your lawnmower isn't turning, it could be that you need to replace the shaft ball bearing. This is the main cutting cylinder shaft bearing; it's located at the end of the shaft and sits inside a cone.

This is a genuine spare part for select Atco, Qualcast and Suffolk Punch cylinder lawnmowers and 17 and 20 inch lawnraker cassettes. Please check the list of appliances to confirm compatibility.

This is Atco spares reference: F016L02968

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    By - Leics.

    After years? of using a very noisy mower the bearings finaly fell out!!! replacing these was easy and it now sounds like a new mower, also replaced the bearing cover and drive belt, all parts seem fine and well worth the repair.

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  • Q Please can you explain ow to fit replacement bearings on a Suffolk Punch 175K 1 Answer

    I know how to remove the cassette, but am unsure how to replace the bearings

    By Paul Ambler - Ripon, North Yorks - 09 May 2016

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      There are a number of different 17SK models listed with different bearings so make sure to get the production number to confirm the correct part. It appear you will have to remove the drive gear and the end plates to access and replace the bearings.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 19 May 2016

  • Q Are the bearings advertised for the Suffolk Punch blade shaft ? 1 Answer

    I'll need a pair as both ends are gone.

    By FredJ - 12 June 2009

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      Hi Fredj, this bearing is for the main cutting cylinder. It's located at the end of the shaft inside a cone.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 25 February 2010