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AC-B pilot bearing

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02-05-2004 04:55:21

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hello all. i have a question. i am installing a pilot bearing in an AC-B flywheel. does the protrusion sitck out toward the engine side or the trans side? i know one side should be flush with the face of the flywheel, i just don't know which side. thanks, greg

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02-05-2004 16:17:09

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 Re: AC-B pilot bearing in reply to gregPA, 02-05-2004 04:55:21  
Where did you get your pilot bushing Greg?

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02-06-2004 03:37:05

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 Re: Re: AC-B pilot bearing in reply to CH, 02-05-2004 16:17:09  
hello CH. picked it up at AGCO dealer. they would be very easy to machine. if i wear another one out i will machine one. wasn't expensive. i think it was around $8.00. thanks for the info. greg

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02-05-2004 11:20:33

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 Re: AC-B pilot bearing in reply to gregPA, 02-05-2004 04:55:21  
Hi Greg,

The "Parts Book and Operating Directions" that originally came with my '42 B has an assembly drawing that shows the pilot bushing flush with the transmission side of the flywheel.

The B Service Manual says to "press the pilot bushing into the flywheel until flush with the front side of flywheel". This is a little confusing as which side is really the "front" but I take it to mean the pressure plate side as it appears flush with that side in the associated picture in the Service Manual. This would also be consistent with the assembly drawing noted above.

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02-05-2004 12:49:15

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 Re: Re: AC-B pilot bearing in reply to Rod (NH), 02-05-2004 11:20:33  
thanks Rod. that will get me on my way again. greg

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