Topic: Re: H steering
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I want to help, but my numbering system and terminmology is different. Andit"s been a few years. My old parts manual is different. But if IF IF I remember right, from a few years, I had the same question. Looking at it, it finally seemed it was evident to me which way the bearing went. I THINK I remember the curved edge, where your finger points, sits in a corresponding curved area. It was then self-evident to me how the heavy load was transmitted from one face of the bearing, through the bearing, to the other face. I remember thinking it all made for a good design. It all made sense, to me. Not much help, sorry.
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