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I'm pretty sure these are the the non-race standard size ACL bearings. These came out of my z6.

My question is what are those numbers above the standard bearing numbers.

Main Bearing 19JU07 1957:


Rod Bearing 0007 1956:


What does 19JU07 and 0007 mean? I can't find those numbers in ACL's catalog or anywhere else.
 

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The 19Ju07 is the date of manufacture.. 19 June 2007

The other are the shell part number

the 1957 has a hole, so the upper shell of the bearing in the rod
the 1956 has no hole, so the lower shell in the cap
 

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The 19Ju07 is the date of manufacture.. 19 June 2007

The other are the shell part number

the 1957 has a hole, so the upper shell of the bearing in the rod
the 1956 has no hole, so the lower shell in the cap
Of course that's the manufacture date.. I'm dumb!

Do you know what the 0007 on the rod bearing means?

**Nevermind just noticed you mention that it was the shell part number.

Thank you!
 

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The 19Ju07 is the date of manufacture.. 19 June 2007

The other are the shell part number

the 1957 has a hole, so the upper shell of the bearing in the rod
the 1956 has no hole, so the lower shell in the cap
and THAT is how he got his sig
 

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could also be I have read the first pages in about every major bearing catalog at some point in the past 25 years...
 
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