Originally Posted by MARTINSR
All you need to do is pull the bearing out, clean it up and there will be number on the bearing, at least every one I ever seen.
But post a photo of the spindle and we may be able to helpy you that way. But honestly, the number will be right on it. Any real parts store (not McParts like Autozoneout) will be able to get it for you.
Brian - I read it as he had no bearings