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Flywheel Assembly?

Postby Cobra5 » December 17th, 2007, 4:33 pm

Just got my new flywheel in the mail today. However, it didn't come with the bearing :x. Anyone know a bearing part number :) ? The 34P doesn't mention the bearing as part of the assembly :?. Also, the flywheel I pulled off has a different part number than the one I bought :roll: . The one I received is correct according to the 34P :shock:. Arghhhhhhhhhhh :evil:

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Re: Flywheel Assembly?

Postby 64 M151 » December 17th, 2007, 6:49 pm

m-11 wrote:Just got my new flywheel in the mail today. However, it didn't come with the bearing :x. Anyone know a bearing part number :) ? The 34P doesn't mention the bearing as part of the assembly :?. Also, the flywheel I pulled off has a different part number than the one I bought :roll: . The one I received is correct according to the 34P :shock:. Arghhhhhhhhhhh :evil:

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On your flywheel besure to have it resurface at a machine so the cluth will grab. If you don't you will have sliping problems.

On your pilot bearing they are sold sepratly. Only way you would get the brearing is by ordering the whole complet kit assembly P/N 5702256 or NSN 2520-00-887-1353 this will get you all 8 items. For the pilot bearing you will need P/N 10885173 or NSN 3110-01-158-3124

Now here is also another idea. Get a pilot bearing removel tool and try not to damage it then take the number & MFG and do some searching. Hope this helps.

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Postby Cobra5 » December 17th, 2007, 7:39 pm

64 M151,

Thanks for the info. I bought a clutch kit awhile ago but didn't know the bearing was part of that kit :oops: . I just opened that kit and found the bearing :D . All I need to do now is press it into the new flywheel. Since I'm putting in a new clutch and flywheel I shouldn't need to resurface, correct? I will take the new flywheel bearing to an auto parts store and get it matched up for future reference :wink: .

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Postby rickf » December 17th, 2007, 7:47 pm

Let us know what number you come up with for the bearing.


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Postby raymond » December 17th, 2007, 8:10 pm

I don't know about flywheels, but it is not uncommon to need to put a light cut on disc brake rotors even when new. I personally had a slight shimmy from a new one I was putting on a Dodge 600 convertible back in the late 80's. It was after 12 on Saturday (otherwise I would have returned it) and I needed the car so I took it to a friends house and he put it in a lathe and cut it true. I have heard several people tell me over the years the same thing, and not just with Dodge parts, but with Ford, GM, and aftermarket rotors as well.
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Postby Jetnoise400 » December 18th, 2007, 12:45 pm

When I rebuilt my transmission, I also replaced the flywheel and clutch. Everything was NOS. I did not have the flywheel resurfaced before I installed it, and it's still going strong with no slipping at all. I should also point out here that the new clutch disk was the "metal puck" style, and not the fiber type. Don't know if that made any difference or not.

Of course not everyone will get the same results. Good luck with it!
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Postby mrdibbles » December 18th, 2007, 9:39 pm

Here's what Saturn Surplus lists the Throw Out Bearing as on their Website:

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Postby raymond » December 19th, 2007, 6:45 am

Is this the same bearing you are talking about. If so, here is a civilian cross reference.

http://www.g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=107923

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Postby Cobra5 » December 19th, 2007, 8:54 am

Raymond,

I read that thread and all I understood was the bearing is a 6202. I don't think anyone crossed it to a civilian part number. Anyway, the bearing in question comes with the clutch kit. I'm going to an auto parts store today and see if they can cross it. I'll post it on both sites when I find out something.

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Postby Cobra5 » December 19th, 2007, 5:54 pm

Go to this website and you can cross reference the bearing part numbers. The throw-out bearing 10900422 crosses to a Ford P/N 1505. The flywheel bearing crosses to several different manufacturers. This might work for other bearing applications on the M151's. I went to Parts Plus and they told me Timken is the brand they carry. Just a note, we use this manufacturer for aircraft wheel bearings.

http://www.timken.com/products/bearings/catalogs/

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Postby 64 M151 » December 20th, 2007, 9:25 pm

m-11 wrote:64 M151,

Thanks for the info. I bought a clutch kit awhile ago but didn't know the bearing was part of that kit :oops: . I just opened that kit and found the bearing :D . All I need to do now is press it into the new flywheel. Since I'm putting in a new clutch and flywheel I shouldn't need to resurface, correct? I will take the new flywheel bearing to an auto parts store and get it matched up for future reference :wink: .

Thanks!
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You will still need to have it cleaned and resurface just like you have to do with a new break drums and break rotors to remove the perservities that keep them from rusting while in storage. You will be money and time ahead if you do this.

I have seen short cuts and ends up with problems and some time the pads, shoes or clutch disk is full of the resadur and have to be replaced.

Don't take short cuts and if you do its back to ground zero.

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Postby rickf » December 21st, 2007, 9:09 am

I usually just go over the wheel wirth a surface conditioning disc (Whiz Wheel) and have never had a problem
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Postby mrdibbles » December 24th, 2007, 11:42 am

Before I installed my clutch and flywheel I applied a very thin layer of Pledge down on both to make sure they looked proper when I bolted it all back together :lol:
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Postby moose53 » December 24th, 2007, 12:35 pm

hmmmm..... :roll:

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Postby Cobra5 » December 26th, 2007, 12:53 pm

Thanks for the input guys. I think I'll be okay as long as I clean the oils off the flywheel and ensure I don't get any oils on the clutch pads.
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