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Owen Aaland

10-02-2013 19:00:36

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The bearing in the drawing is different than the ones I am familiar with. The shield does not cover the top race on that one. It really doesn't show which race the shield is attached to. The grease will be coming up from the bottom so it has to travel between the lower race and the shield. The larger ID of the top race would allow the greased to be pushed out the top. My guess it that the way I described earlier still leave the larger ID race on top. With that style bearing the shield is pinched between the upper race and the casting so the grease still has to enter between the shield and the lower race, go past the balls, and exit the top. If the grease enters from the top like on a wide front the principle is still the same, the grease just goes in the opposite direction through the bearing.

When dealing with thrust bearings where the shield covers one race it make no sense to lift the axle before greasing. If you take the pressure off the trust bearing the grease is allowed to bypass the bearing rather than being forced through it.

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D Slater

10-03-2013 05:09:58

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 Re: H steering in reply to Owen Aaland, 10-02-2013 19:00:36  
Bearing 354676R91 has the cover retained to the end showing in the posters picture. Race on the small OD end extends past the cover slightly and will turn without the cover or the other race turning. Be nice if the poster pictured the other side of the bearing to see if its like that. Agree that the bearing is lucky to see any grease after installation.

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