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does anyone know the measurements of the bearings used to take up the endshake in k frames? thanks for any replies
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Midway USA has some .002 and .004 thick. .267 ID x .377 OD. Listed under stainless cylinder bearings.

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I think they are called 'shims' not bearings. Brownells carries them or did.
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Tenn 2.
Sir they are called yoke bearings and cylinder bearings.
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OP, I can send you some N/C if you need them.Dan
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Thanks for the correction. I not heard them called that. Always glad to learn something new.
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