Tevo Little Monster Needle Bearing Idler Pulley
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I was perusing a bearing website to locate some high-quality bearings to use for idler pulleys because I'm sick of crunchy bearings. Then I discovered these magical needle bearings tickling my creative mind. Little bit of tinker-cation and I determined the right combination of components to replace the current ball bearing setup with needle bearings! No more crunchiness!
What is needed:
(3) Drawn cup needle roller bearing ID:8mm, OD:12mm, W:10mm
(3) M6 x 12mm Shoulder Bolt
(3) M6 Locking Nut
(1) Grease (Optional)
UPDATE - 2018-02-25
V3 - Tapered for guiding and form fitting around the head of the bolt. No supports are needed. I just printed and installed on latest TLM rebuild and am VERY happy with the results!
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I used some Taulman 618 I have on hand. Anything would work, but nylon may be the best for this application.
I used an M6 tap to thread the hole (no drilling required). If you purchase the hardened steel shoulder bolts it'll self-tap since the bracket is soft aluminum. Put a dab of grease on the shaft or inside the bearing, assemble based on the image, tighten the shoulder bolt enough the washers and bearing move freely and use the locking nut to keep it in place. Enjoy!
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