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Postby wehuntsam » Sat Jun 05, 2004 7:49 am

Can anyone tell me how the "Differential Bearing retainers" (part # 2, group 7 page 5) should be installed.

There is a small hole, probably an oil passage along the inside rim close to the bearing chase. I thought these holes should be at the bottom but the bolt holes will not line up to allow that. Any ideas?

Also the o ring I purchased for this location is a little large and fits sloppy. The other side was tight. Should I get another o ring and try again?

I kept all the parts seperated and marked as to the side they came from. If I replace the shims back to the orginal location is there anything else I need to consider?

And lastly my cub doesn't appear to have ever had part # 7 or 5 (fender plate support) shown on page 8 or group 13. Did some models come with out this or should I try to locate them? (My cub is a 49)

As always I appreciate any assistance.

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Postby George Willer » Sat Jun 05, 2004 8:02 am

Sam,

I think the holes you refer to should be on top... as a way for the oil to get to the bearing.

The parts you refer to as #5 and #7 fender supports are used only on Lo-Boys.
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Postby Peter S » Sat Jun 05, 2004 6:55 pm

Sam,

The bearing retainers will only fit one way where all the holes line up. There are no choices to be made with regard to orientation.
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Postby wehuntsam » Sun Jun 06, 2004 6:18 am

That's how it appeared to me but my mechanic friend thought they should be on the bottom. As always you guys are great.


thanks.

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