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Old 04-19-2008, 12:17 AM
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How do I get my rear engine bearing out and does anybody know what size it is for a sportwerks 26v2? Please help I need to order soon so it can be shipped out tomorrow. Please help.
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Originally Posted by NEMESIS44 View Post
How do I get my rear engine bearing out and does anybody know what size it is for a sportwerks 26v2? Please help I need to order soon so it can be shipped out tomorrow. Please help.
Im pretty sure "they" dont ship on sundays buddy...
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Im pretty sure "they" dont ship on sundays buddy...
All you had to say was I don't know what size bearing. People like you are the ones everybody preaches about on matters such as on and off track manners and attitude.

USPS Ships on Saturday BUDDY! Today is Saturday on Earth last time I checked.

I didn't ask for shipping advice.

Please limit your answers to the question I asked. This forum is for Nitro Off Road not shipping service. You need not even come back with another wise-crack, it will not be answered.

If someone has the answer to my question please help me out here.
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I know two ways, Old School & New. O.S. Put in oven at 300 and tap it out on table. New, OFNA has a bearing puller kit. When you put in new, put the bearing in the cooler and warm the block a little, should drop right in. Works for me.
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Thanks a million man!
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or as my motor guru does, use a blowtorch on the bottom of the motor
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If you have a heat gun, point it at the bearing for a few minutes. Grab the engine with gloves on and wack it on a piece of wood. The bearing will fall right out.

To install a new bearing point the heatgun at the case for a few minutes, slide your new bearing on your crank, and slide the crank into the motor. Use a piece of wood and tap the crank with a hammer until the bearing is fully seated in the case.

If it is a front bearing, just set it in and lightly tap it in until it is seated.
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Don't realy like to beat on a bearing race hard 'cause it's easy to dent those little balls. Why didn't that sound right? I think it's called B F I. Brut force & ingnoris. #*^@ I can't spell no more!
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if the block is warm enough, you should never have to press the rear bearing in. You will have to work fast though, and it should drop in. wear good dloves, and try not to pry at all. if you do, try to use an even force. If you are doing the rear bearing, might worth it to do the front also...
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I was trying to find the rear bearing size for over a half an hour and all that I keep finding is part number SWK8113 but the size is not listed anywhere that I have looked.I'm sorry that I couldn't help you but I wish you luck.
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Try BOCA bearing's website. They have and excellent search system that should find your bearings/sizes based on the model of the engine. www.bocabearings.com
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Originally Posted by NEMESIS44 View Post
All you had to say was I don't know what size bearing. People like you are the ones everybody preaches about on matters such as on and off track manners and attitude.

USPS Ships on Saturday BUDDY! Today is Saturday on Earth last time I checked.

I didn't ask for shipping advice.

Please limit your answers to the question I asked. This forum is for Nitro Off Road not shipping service. You need not even come back with another wise-crack, it will not be answered.

If someone has the answer to my question please help me out here.
I wasnt trying to be an asshole about it. I knew I shouldnt have posted that, I knew you would take offense to it.

I work night shifts and my days are TOTALLY screwed up, For some reason I thought yesterday was saturday and you wanted them shipped tomorrow (sunday)

Im sorry for making a mistake, Whats your paypal and/or address, I'll order the bearings for you, Ill also get ceramics if I can.

Thanks
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