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Cub transmission bearing

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Carroll C.

01-30-2021 14:22:08

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Replacing top splined transmission / clutch shaft on 1951 Farmall Cub. My question is which way does the front bearing go in? The new IH bearing has an open side and the other side is shielded (not sealed), does the shielded side go toward the front ( toward engine)or toward the gears? Reason I ask is that there is a trough that drains lube to the front of trans. and a drilled hole that goes down on the front side of the top bearing, the seal retainer that holds the bearing in place has a cut out to allow lube to get to the front side of bearing. Any help is appreciated.

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tn terry t

01-30-2021 17:34:59

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 Re: Cub transmission bearing in reply to Carroll C., 01-30-2021 14:22:08  
every picture i can find shows the shield is on the inside towards the back of the tractor

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Carroll C.

01-31-2021 06:55:38

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 Re: Cub transmission bearing in reply to tn terry t, 01-30-2021 17:34:59  
Thanks terry t, yes it makes sense as it would retain oil in the bearing.

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