LM8UU adaptor for Sinterbronce bearing

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LM8UU adaptor for Sinterbronce bearing by Srek Jan 10, 2016
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Simple adaptor to use a 8x12x12 bronce sleave bearing as a replacement for a LM8UU
I made it fit the CA-42565 from here http://www.caspar-gleitlager.de/de/produkte/gleitlager/sintergleitlager/sinterbronze_buchsen.php?subid=118

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You have to press the bearing into the holder until it sits in the middle of it.

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Doofe Frage, aber WIE presst du die ein?

Feb 15, 2016 - Modified Feb 15, 2016
Srek - in reply to sobo84

Ich habe einfach eine M8 Inbus Schraube genommen und das ganze dann mit einem kleinen Schraubstock zusammengepresst. Im schlimmsten Fall einfach etwas Aceton auf die Innenseite, dann justieren sich die Lager auch super.