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thro out bearing

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blunted

11-11-2012 09:53:34
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on my super c, parts sent me a big bearing witch wiil not work with whats on there. its like a houseing with a grafite peice that hits the fingers. has two greese jirks, one for hollow area maybe for that peice to turn, and the other jirk looks like for the shaft to tranny. it breaks apart faily easy with hammer and chisel. is this some kind of a differant deal? thanks.




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pete 23

11-11-2012 17:13:25
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 09:53:34  
Always changed them to regular thrust ball throw out bearing and sleeve when I had them apart as they were always grooved and would never fit a new finger very well.



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blunted

11-11-2012 20:42:40
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to pete 23, 11-11-2012 17:13:25  
thanks, pete, and every one too. do you know where to get that for sure? thanks



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pete 23

11-12-2012 18:18:18
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 20:42:40  
I was the dealer mechanic so I just told the parts man to get me one. Now days, I would check their price and availability at dealer and then make a decision.



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Fritz Maurer

11-11-2012 10:12:58
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 09:53:34  
The graphite piece does not turn. The clutch fingers ride right on it. Why are you hitting it with a hammer? If a piece is broken where the fingers ride, it is ruined.



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blunted

11-11-2012 10:32:44
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to Fritz Maurer, 11-11-2012 10:12:58  
ok, so it is supose to turn? and yes i ruined it. it didnt turn in the houseing, thats why i tryid hitting it out and fineing it was like cyristelized. can i change it to the other style, or do i need to find that same thing? thanks



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Fritz Maurer

11-11-2012 14:07:41
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 10:32:44  
No, the graphite ring is stationary. The fingers slide on it's surface; graphite is self-lubricating. I didn't know that you could even get those old bearings anymore. Don't feel bad though. I did the exact same thing in '81... only I did it to the old one. I don't remember any fittings at all on mine, maybe one to lube where it slides on the sleeve. Either bearing will fit, but I'd prefer the graphite, just because it's weird.

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blunted

11-11-2012 14:13:50
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to Fritz Maurer, 11-11-2012 14:07:41  
its the old one that i ruined. it did have a pretty good groove on the face frome the fingers. i guess il have to find the other style. thats funny, this is a 53 super c, and my 39 a has the other style. go figure. junk yard ya think? thanks



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Fritz Maurer

11-11-2012 14:26:49
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 14:13:50  
Mine is a '52, it had the same bearing. My dealer gave me a ball bearing, I'm guessing your '39 had the clutch changed at some point.



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blunted

11-11-2012 14:57:51
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to Fritz Maurer, 11-11-2012 14:26:49  
very well could have. il have to see if i can find the new style. just thinking tho, maybe a guy could figure making one himself, to put the new style bearing on. ever heard of that?



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Fritz Maurer

11-12-2012 05:23:38
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 14:57:51  
If there is enough metal where the block slides on the sleeve... sure, why not? All you need is a lathe and a four-jaw chuck. That's a lot of trouble, though. The ball bearing style that hard to find?



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gene bender

11-11-2012 09:59:28
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to blunted, 11-11-2012 09:53:34  
They sold you the wrong part.



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blunted

11-11-2012 10:10:24
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 Re: thro out bearing in reply to gene bender, 11-11-2012 09:59:28  
when you look at pics in parts books and one on here , thay show what i got from them. im hopen there are two styles. thanks



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