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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi,i am from greece and i want bigger front brakes for to my mazda 323c 1.3 cc 16v, mod.95. Can i use from another mazda model and which is that?
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
to change that, using a hydraulic press is highly recommended. if you are DIY experienced, this trick works as well:
take a pice of a stable metal pipe, 10-20 cm long. and in diameter just a tick smaller than gross bearing size. take a very heavy tool and use the pipe to beat out the old bearing. dont be shy, needs a lot of power.
do not use this method to insert the new bearing. use a pice of wood instead (must sit stable on the outer bearing ring!!), lubircate a bit and beat carfully and very straigt in fractions of a mm. this is the difficult part and here the bearing may brake if you are too rough.
Not really recommend, but working when used with brain and care.
Posted on May 29, 2009
I'm sending you the torque specifications for your main bearings and also your head bolts. I also sent you main bearing and cylinder head tightening sequence. I hope this will be useful
Main Bearings Torque specs. 40-43 Ft. Lbs.
Cylinder Head Torque specs. 56-60 Ft. Lbs.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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