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Old 08-06-2010, 05:54 PM   #16
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Old 08-06-2010, 06:59 PM   #17
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A little heat is necessary when using the tool.

The tool brings a lot of ease when you are at the track.

By using the oven is the best as zero material from the casing will be remove. These are micro engine and have minimum tolerances if we got it all wrong.
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Questions?? save a bearing

I'm trying to save a ft bearing that I put in a OS21RG, the rod gave up the gost 2 tanks after the install, it's a Boca ceramic with the double seal, I can use it on another engine that I have. I don't have a bearing tool, do you think that I could heat up the block enough to push the bearing out from the back without the heat damaging the seal? thanks for sharing your wisdom.
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