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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
same engine, same year only difference is bore size so there is every chance that it will fit.
Posted on Jan 26, 2015
Sounds like your rebuilding an engine. Buy the manual. It give you all the specs you need. If your doing it for yourself, you've already saved a lot to get the manual. If your doing it for some one else, you need the specs, so it doesn't come back. Either way, you don't want to do it again. Just a note.... I have seen to much wrong info on this site.
Posted on May 10, 2015
adjust the brakes back off so that the drum can be pulled off first
next remove the grease cap, and split pin
remove the tin nut and the axle nut
pull the hub off the axle
replace the bearings after repacking the cones correctly ( grease between rollers under the cage )
reinstall making sure that the grease seal lip is facing the bearings
install the hub back on the axle and install the nut
do it up until it touches the bearing , spin the hub and do it up a bit more while turning
This ensures that all the tapered rollers are seated correctly
Now without touching any thing undo the nut then do it back up until it touches the bearing again
This is a no pre-load - no end float position that is desirable for the bearing
fit the tin nut positing it so that the split pin can go through the axle hole. If after many changes of position of the tin nut you still cannot get a section to line up with the hole , adjust the axle nut up just a bit until something lines up
any more than one castleantion hole will be too tight .
fit grease cap without filling with grease as that grease will do nothing
what you have put between the rollers under the cage will,be sufficient
Posted on Dec 30, 2015
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