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- Q:1992 ford explorer rear axle bearings?
- Please disregard the first two replies completely. The bearings are NOT pressed onto the axle shafts. They are seated into the ends of the axle tubes. After draining the fluid out of the differential you only need to remove the C-clips that hold the axles in the differential carrier. The axles then slide out. Hold the old bearing against the new bearing while tapping the new bearing in place. This is so you tap it into place evenly. Then tap the bearing seal into place. Re-insert the axle shaft and C-clip. You can get a new axle cover gasket from a parts store or you can use just a layer of black RTV on the cover (works just as well; I use this method). Fill the axle housing back up with fluid.
- Q:How do I get the crank bearings out of my Blaster?
- Well Yamaha Service Manager 1980-90 is correct in most of what he says but he left some stuff out, sounds like he still gets his check from the dealer. Split your cases, more than likely the crank will stay in one side or the other. If this is the case that makes removing the bearings easier as the one on the crank you should be able to get off without to much strain. As for the bearing in the case, he is correct, heat it up, I suggest I propane style torch using Map Gas (it gets hotter). You will want to take the case that has the bearing in it and freeze it over night, also put your new bearings in the freezer as well. After the case is frozen, remove it from the freezer and heat up the case around the bearing trying not to heat the bearing (aluminum warms faster then steel), once the case is good and warm then flip it over and with a punch and a gentle tap of a hammer on the inner race of the bearing it should just pop out after a few taps. Once you have the bearing out then you can remove the seal if you haven't already done so. Clean the surface that the bearing sits in very well, I suggest carb cleaner or something of the sort. After it is clean heat it back up, go grab your new bearings out of the freezer and drop them right in. As long as you have the case hot enough the bearings should push right in. Let cool to room temperature and then reassemble. Put the transmission back into the case, Yamabond the mateing surfaces of the cases and push them together. I have a piece of pipe that I have made to fit onto the case at the crank bearing, you can use something similer. Then press the cases together slowly making sure that the transmission is not binding with anything and the crank spins free. After they are together put your center case bolts and and finish assembly.
- Q:how to replace front wheel bearings on AWD vehicles?
- There are inner and outer bearing. You pull the rotor... sometimes you must break loose the spindle (comes out of the CV joint) and all recommend a puller. Same as doing the front for most cars, just all the way around.
- Q:What is the difference between abec 7 and abec 5 bearings?
- some people swear by lower abecs are better but in my person opinon the higher the better
- Q:Can you find bearings without a compass or specialized equipment, and if so, how?
- One easy way would be to find north via the north star and draw a line from one land feature to north. Then use your paper along with ruler and string to bisect angles until you have a compass face. Align it with the N/S line and check the bearing to the other feature.
- Q:what is the advantage and disadvantage of water-lubricated bearings?
- The main advantage of a water cooled bearing is you can use the a portion of the water from the pump discharge to lube the bearings. That way you can always be assured of the lubricating fluid supply and do not have to relay on another pump. Some pumps do use another source, especially if the water being pumped is dirty, but it is still cheap and non-contaminating if some leaks into the pumped fluid. However, water is not always a good lube especially on pumps with high speeds and/or mechanical loads. Water is not very viscous and becomes less so with increased temperature. Even small 3600 rpm pumps will use oil for lubrication. Some large, high pressure pumps will have their own oil pumping and cooling system for the bearings.
- Q:What kind of bearings/trucks does a Hobie board use?
- Q:Will the wheel bearings going bad, make my power steering go out?
- the powersteering pump could be shot, and yes it does strain the steering pump with bad bearing due to side force at the spindle, start the car and take the cap off of the steering pump and look with a flash light to see if the fluid moves when turning the wheel(help to have someone else turn it but not too fast) if fluid is flowing you have a steering system problem that could kill you and others and get it towed to a shop or get someone who knows auto mechanical to fix it. there are many things that can effect the steering(cv axles/ball joints(struts)/power steering pump/rack and pinion(possible/means no steering at 55 when it goes completely)) too many things to show and or figure here. it is a task to do the wheels bearings and they can go so bad the wheel CAN fall off, and then the poop has hit the fan and possibly someone else, so if it was just someone who said the bearings was bad, get a more educated opinion. And if single marry a mechanic (it's cheaper lol)
- Q:Is it possible to use rollerblading bearings in aggresive in-line skates?
- Rollerblading is just a slang term for inline skating. There are two common sizes of bearings for inline skates and one of them is only popular for inline hockey. You can replace any bearing with another of the same size. If you want to change sizes, you need to replace the wheel, bearings, and bearing spacer at the same time. The 608 bearing is used on almost all skates and skateboards. They are 22mm (7/8 inch) in diameter. The 688 bearings are used in some hockey skates and were used for a short while in speed skates. They are much smaller at 16mm (5/8 inch) diameter.,
- Q:Are freezing wheel bearings bad?
- Yep - bad news for the bearings. The wheel bearings in those things are unsealed ball bearings and are susceptible to getting water inside. Freezing makes the water crystallize and when it melts the dispersed water is changed to droplets that rust the balls and races. Bicycle wheels have the same problem. The carts belong to the store and the manager is responsible for seeing they are treated properly. As an employee your job is to treat them the way the manager says. If he says pour acid on them, pour acid on them.
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