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Fritz Maurer

11-11-2012 14:07:41

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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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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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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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