Join Date: Oct 2017
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To seat the bearing, I used a 3 pound hammer, a flat metal piece (initially, when that would work), then a 30mm socket, moving it around so it caught a different outside spot on the bearing each time (it always covered some of the inside of the bearing at the same time). It was a tight fit, so I hit the bearing really hard. Otherwise, it wouldn't move. And if it didn't move, my only other option was to cut it out. Hitting it really hard won out over cutting another bearing out.
I found myself, many times, contemplating taking the clutch to a machine shop. Always found there was something I could try, before giving up. In my case, time isn't money.
Last edited by Dan Kilhoffer; 05-15-2019 at 07:07 PM.
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