Need sleeve/bearing with flange to mount turntable

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  1. blastforehand

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    I am considering mounting my Gamma X-6fc turntable onto an older Eagnas flat steel body, with a Wise. The Eagnas has a shaft extending upward, bolted on from underneath. I would need to change that out to a sleeve or bearing with flange or something to accommodate the one inch shaft from the gamma turntable. Seems like that would be a common industrial part, but I have not found an obvious appropriate one yet. Any ideas?

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    Not sure what you've got (photos not showing) but you might google "RWM turntable" and McMaster Carr should have something that will work.
     
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    [​IMG]All I have found on McMaster Carr is “ flange mounted linear sleeve bearing” which has small bearings directly against the inserted shaft. States dynamic load at 220 pounds, static at 350. Cost about $70. Doesn’t seem like the right part.
     
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