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Ball Bearing 6201vvcmps2l 6201VV

OEM part for: Metabo HPT (Hitachi)

Part Number: 6201VV


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Metabo HPT (Hitachi)
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Product Description ?

This steel ball bearing is a certified replacement part assembled by the original manufacturer. It is used in various Hitachi handheld power tools. Ball bearings such as this allow for reduced friction and smooth rotation. Ball bearings allow for even positioning and reduced friction between metal parts. These parts suffer a lot of wear and metal fatigue so they need to be replaced regularly. This item is sold individually.

  • Classification: Part
  • Weight: 0.02 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

Compatibility

This Ball Bearing 6201vvcmps2l will fit the following 131 machines. Confirm this part works with your model, and view the detailed model diagrams and repair help we have to offer.

Metabo HPT (Hitachi)

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This item works with the following types of products:

  • Circular Saw Parts
  • Saw Parts
  • Demolition Hammer Parts
  • Miter Saw Parts
  • Drill Parts
  • Hammer Drill Parts
  • Rotary Hammer Parts
  • Jointer Parts
  • Planer Parts
  • Grinder Parts
  • Table Saw Parts
  • Band Saw Parts
  • Chop Saw Parts
  • Reciprocating Saw Parts
  • Nibbler Parts
  • Router Parts
  • Engine Parts

This part replaces obsolete part #: 321398

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Medium 30-60 minutes (6 rated repairs)?

bearing at armature, bearings at blade connection both sides

Jeff - June 5, 2022
👍 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type

Miter Saw

Difficulty

Medium

Time

More than 2 hours

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Pliers, Power Drill, Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, complete breakdown of Hitachi compound Mitre Saw- vise, etc

Hitachi- C 10FS- very quick rundown . . .
Best before starting to have the Schematic Diagram and study carefully. videos on YouTube help.

A.- remove exterior casings- document or photo of all pieces and respective screws .
remove screws and put separate containers (some look very similar but diff sizes)

1.remove armature casing and armature- will need a special tool or ability to "press" bearings out
2. remove electrical starter switch. at handle
3. remove all attachments at Blade-and clear Safety Cover- remove spindle assemblies without damaging pinions. New sealed bearings do not need grease thankfully!
4.clean all parts, re-grease at pinions and re-install carefully .--
5. done correctly all pieces and screws re-installed without forcing and cross threading.
6. may discover other parts that need replacing as you dismantle entire machine.

7. the Hitachi worked like new after re-assembly -install belt cover plate after
mounting the belt to check its response- smooth as butter!!!

Best Compound Mitre Saw yet (made in Japan) -worth the time to replace parts etc-
except of course if investing in a FESTOOL KAPEX Compound

Thanks to eReplacement parts!!
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motor support bearings worn out

Bret - January 29, 2019
Tool Type

Miter Saw

Difficulty

Medium

Time

30-60 minutes

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Socket set, Wrench Set, dead blow, allen wrenches,screwgun

replaced with new bearings simply but needed dead blow to remove old and seat new bearings
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Vibration

James - October 24, 2018
Tool Type

Router

Difficulty

Medium

Time

30-60 minutes

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Socket set, Vise grip, hammer

Removed router from router table
Disassembled router
Removed collet end from motor armature (held armature in large vise grip while using wrench on collet) and removed magnet from opposite end of armature.
Removed worn bearing (pressed out with a suitable size socket & hammer) & replaced bearing.

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Bearing in motor bad

Ken - January 1, 2017
Tool Type

Planer

Difficulty

Hard

Time

More than 2 hours

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Gear / bearing puller

1. Disassemble the entire drive train and motor.
2. Carefully disassemble the motor
3. Remove old bearings with gear puller and pressed on the new ones
4. Reassemble the motor and reassemble the rest of the drive train.
5. It was a bit of a pain to do but everything worked great
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Switch wouldn't work and bearings failing.

Dave - July 6, 2016
Tool Type

Hammer Drill

Difficulty

Hard

Time

30-60 minutes

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set, Bearing press

1. Disassemble the drill case.
2. Remove motor brushes, motor assemble and clutch.
3. Press the bearings off the shaft.
4. Reassemble the same way
5. Change out the switch.
6. Install motor brushes
7. Reassemble the drill case and test.
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Bearing were dry

Robert - October 6, 2021
👍 0 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type

Router

Difficulty

Easy

Time

Less than 15 minutes

Tools Used

Screwdriver, Adjustable Wrench

Pulled router motor out of case, pulled bearings and brushes. Installed new ones.
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