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I have a 92 chevy truck 1/2 ton 4+4 with manual trans,i took the trans out and took it apart and seen that it needed a bearing,but i can't find one,it is a front countershaft bearing,any ideas would help

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Napa has the listing for a front countershaft bearing for transmission

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