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Old 07-23-2008, 10:26 PM   #1
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I forget. Is it okay to clean out clutch bell bearings and lube them with lighter oil. I know there are things that you should not do that to but I forget about the bell. =] Thanks guys.
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nvm ill do it anyways =]
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i always just toss and replace
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Cheap bearings...Like he said,toss them and replace. I have had good luck with rubber sealed Advantage 5x10's and they only cost $8 for ten. They have been lasting 3 times as long as metal sealed. I am very picky though, if it has one single rough spot it goes in the trash. I have been using a metal sealed Advantage 5x13 and have only replaced it once in 5 months. Never lubed it once.
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