Automatic Bearing Interchange Tool for Angular Contact Ball Bearings
Our ball bearing cross reference tool makes interchanging your bearings fast, easy, and convenient.
In seconds you can find the GMN equivalent part number to major angular contact bearing brands like SKF, NSK, NTN, Barden (& more). Our ball bearing interchange chart was created to make it easier to swap one ABEC 7 precision bearing for an in stock GMN precision bearing.
We stock one of the largest inventories of precision angular contact bearings in North America. Email us your P.O. and we’ll ship your order the same day (send before 3:30 pm CST).
Benefit from our huge in-stock inventory and use our ball-bearing interchange chart to cross-reference your bearing and then ask us for pricing and availability.
How to Find the GMN Angular Contact Bearing Equivalent:
- Choose the manufacturer from the drop down box.
- Enter the part number and watch as the GMN part number starts to populate automatically.
Tips and best practices for using this tool:
- See examples of how to enter part number below the part number field.
- For best results enter the full manufacturers part number with spaces.
Please note: This cross reference tool is designed for most bearing crosses. Many special bearing types are included but more and more special bearings get made every day. We do our best to keep up with changes in the bearing industry but may have missed a few. Do us a favor, if this happens to you during a search please let us know. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 800.323.5725. We’re always improving our bearing cross reference tool so send us your feedback.
DISCLAIMER: This information is for general information purposes only. Our intention is to provide accurate information, the calculations performed by this tool are based on publicly available information distributed by third parties and assume the accuracy of such information. There is NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTY, expressed or implied, regarding the accuracy of this information or its applicability to your engineering situation.
Please consult an engineer or reach out to one of our onsite engineers who can help you before making any technical decisions.