Looking for source for steel balls

I've only been able to find one, and they're busy reorganizing the facility right now.

Specifically, I'm looking for 1.062" HARDENED balls.

Thanks,

Weyland

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Weyland
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They're small volume and therefore expensive, they may not go up to 1" much less above, and if they do they may jump from 1.000 to 1.125, but they're worth a look.

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Tim Wescott

McMaster Carr part# 9528K41 qty5 for $10.10

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Stephen Young

Metric 27mm is pretty close (1.063") but I don't think Small Parts has them.

Best regards, Spehro Pefhany

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Spehro Pefhany

McMaster-Carr p/n 9528K41, $10.10/pk of 5

Ned Simmons

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Ned Simmons

MSC has them at about $ 24 for 3 pcs

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and search for "balls". They should come up

Koz

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Koz

You might contact these people:

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ask through their special request page. ______________________________ Keep the whole world singing . . . . DanG (remove the sevens) snipped-for-privacy@7cox.net

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DanG

MSC lists them in both "through hardened" chrome steel and 440-C stainless.

Their part #'s 00072926 and 0073569

I'm sure Grainger, McMaster-Carr etc. have similar.

Tim.

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Tim Shoppa

Surely telling your friends that you have brass balls would be more traditional?

"I have hardened steel balls" sounds too much like one-upmanship.

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Tim Wescott

There's a Jerry Clower joke about hot steel balls if anyone is interested....

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carl mciver

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