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    I have 2 types of washers here that I am wondering if they are special Brunswick washers with part numbers, or not.

    They are both thick washers. The first has a 1-5/8" OD, a 3/8" ID, and a 5/32" thickness. It looks like a pressed steel washer.

    The second has a 1-5/8" OD, a 5/16" ID, and a 1/8" thickness. The inner hole has a pressed look but the outside looks machined.

    These are not standard dimensions for washers so I am thinking that they are used somewhere specific in the machines, but am not quite sure where. I looked at the washer diagrams in the parts book, but it is not there....but I know that some special washers are not shown in those parts diagrams in the quality book. I am looking for part numbers because I want to get my hands on some of these washers (either one) for something I am working on where the 1-5/8" OD is perfect size and any ID less than 11/16" will be fine (because I can drill the hole open).
    Nick

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    Nick

    see if the spacers for ball track #11-190522

    Do you have a old parts book from quality in the back of the book good hardware
    [ I know a m f purchased them ]
    Last edited by wepauls; 05-09-2012, 09:15 AM.

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    • #3
      I have the Quality Hardware Catalog. The one you are suggesting has the same thickness, ID, and are similar in look (pressed steel) as the first washer I described, but the OD is too small at 1-3/8". The washer I have that I am looking for is exactly the same as those except the OD is 1-5/8", and unfortunatly that dimension is critical to what I would be using it for.

      Both of the washers that I have in my possession are not in the hardware catalog diagrams.....thats not to say that they are not Brunswick parts, because I know of some Brunswick hardware that is not present in the diagrams. They are not standard washers and I can't find them at the local hardware store, or fastenal. So I don't know where they would be from if not Brunswick.
      Nick

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      • #4
        Nick,
        I found this on the internet. Might be expensive but if you were willing to buy them from B that might be expensive too!
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        • #5
          I believe wepauls is right about the larger (i.d.) of the two washers. The other sounds to me like the washer installed on the rake shock. (11-190519-000)
          ME&My68

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          • #6
            11-190519-000 is 1-1/4 od x 5/16 id.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by me_and_my_68 View Post
              I believe wepauls is right about the larger (i.d.) of the two washers. The other sounds to me like the washer installed on the rake shock. (11-190519-000)
              they are not 11-190519-000 or 11-190522-000 washers. The ones I have and need are 1-5/8" OD washers and these are too small
              Nick

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mechanick View Post
                I am looking for part numbers because I want to get my hands on some of these washers (either one) for something I am working on where the 1-5/8" OD is perfect size and any ID less than 11/16" will be fine (because I can drill the hole open).
                I found one that will work for what I need it for. 12-100170-015 It is the washer used on the end of the 1:1 shaftwith the 5/8" bolt. I got lucky. It is a thick washer with a 1-5/8" OD and a 11/16" ID.

                Im still curious about the other washers and if and where they are used on the pinsetters
                Nick

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                • #9
                  Nick...can you post a picture of them with a ruler next to them?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Steve Stafford (JBEES) View Post
                    Nick...can you post a picture of them with a ruler next to them?
                    Certainly steve....will do when I am back at the center.
                    Nick

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mechanick View Post
                      I have 2 types of washers here that I am wondering if they are special Brunswick washers with part numbers, or not.

                      They are both thick washers. The first has a 1-5/8" OD, a 3/8" ID, and a 5/32" thickness. It looks like a pressed steel washer.

                      The second has a 1-5/8" OD, a 5/16" ID, and a 1/8" thickness. The inner hole has a pressed look but the outside looks machined.
                      Originally posted by Mechanick View Post
                      I found one that will work for what I need it for. 12-100170-015 It is the washer used on the end of the 1:1 shaftwith the 5/8" bolt. I got lucky. It is a thick washer with a 1-5/8" OD and a 11/16" ID.

                      Im still curious about the other washers and if and where they are used on the pinsetters


                      the one on the left is the 2nd washer I mentioned in the 1st quote, the one in the middle is the first washer I mentioned in the 1st quote, and the wsher on the right is the washer mentioned in the 2nd quote.
                      Nick

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                      • #12
                        ATTACHMENT NOT WORKING

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                          Originally posted by Mechanick View Post

                          the one on the left is the 2nd washer I mentioned in the 1st quote, the one in the middle is the first washer I mentioned in the 1st quote, and the wsher on the right is the washer mentioned in the 2nd quote.
                          Nick

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                          • #14
                            1] looks like rack shock top mount
                            2] looks like track mount
                            3] looks like a comparator washer off a hi impact install

                            But wat do i know I'm only a Brunswick-tech [ ]

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                            • #15
                              The 3/8" looks like a return track washer.
                              The 1/2" looks like a washer for the rake shock mounts.

                              Not near a machine to check the dimentions of the O.D's.
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