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Farmall m throw out bearing

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Trent Couch

03-01-2019 05:45:16




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Upon greasing my throwout bearing from the inspection hole in the side it seems as if the grease fitting just greases the barring carrier assembly where it slides on the aluminum sleeve does this grease fitting actually grease the throwout bearing itself?




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John M

03-02-2019 04:54:04




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to Trent Couch, 03-01-2019 05:45:16  
They really don't need much anyways unless youre doing a lot of loader work or something that you would need to push the pedal down a good bit. I cant even remember the last time I had to replace one due to it being wore out, except on a Cub.



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gab

03-01-2019 19:29:02




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to Trent Couch, 03-01-2019 05:45:16  
I was checking that out about five years ago when I put a clutch in my Super C. I think the process of pushing the clutch forces a small amount of grease off the sleeve and into the brg.



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kevinj54

03-01-2019 16:16:41




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to Trent Couch, 03-01-2019 05:45:16  
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I don't remember if the replacements have a grease hole or not.

They may be sealed.



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kevinj54

03-01-2019 15:52:45




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Well, you had a 50/50 chance so you better be sure it is right.



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Trent Couch

03-01-2019 16:00:50




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to kevinj54, 03-01-2019 15:52:45  
Well I know I put The part of the bearing that turns toward the pressure plate but I mean as far as if there was an alignment hole on the bearing or something?



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D Slater

03-01-2019 08:57:29




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to Trent Couch, 03-01-2019 05:45:16  
Bearing sleeve or holder has a hole that some grease is supposed to make it to the bearing from the support sleeve. If someone made a good sealed bearing for those it would probably outlast some of us. Never had one completely fail myself though.



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Trent Couch

03-01-2019 14:09:38




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to D Slater, 03-01-2019 08:57:29  
I see I hope there’s wasn’t some specific way to install the throw out bearing because I just installed in without paying attention



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D Slater

03-01-2019 18:06:08




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 Re: Farmall m throw out bearing in reply to Trent Couch, 03-01-2019 14:09:38  
Long as the correct side of bearing is forward the bearing can't be installed wrong on the bearing carrier. If you point the grease fitting to window hole in center housing the lube hole on bearing carrier is to bottom. Original bearings get some grease through the hole from grease between the bearing carrier and carrier support tube. Grease does not force into bearing when carrier is greased unless to much is used. Original bearings are open in center between front and back half and bearing carrier hole lines up with opening in bearing.

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