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Old 02-22-2011, 10:55 PM   #16
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If your worried about the collet the 14mm will stretch to 14.5mm I have the set for .12 and the collet stretchs a fair bit you should be fine
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Old 02-23-2011, 02:19 AM   #17
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The bearing forms a sealed fit, once you remove the old bearing it loses that tight fit. Therefore rendering it almost useless. The tool is only for removing old/damage bearings and replacing new bearings.
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Old 02-23-2011, 02:46 AM   #18
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hi,
can i use that toole like stock version .12 for Picco Evo4 .12 engine or i need to buy kind of adapter?
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Old 02-26-2011, 10:31 AM   #19
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that tool works only with 11.5 bearings? becouse my picco is 11.9 and new Nova engines have 11.9 bearings as well....
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that tool works only with 11.5 bearings? becouse my picco is 11.9 and new Nova engines have 11.9 bearings as well....
the tool will pull 11.9 nova bearings the collet stretches to do it with no damage to the tool/collet the front bearing i need to machine a part to catch the bearing when i push it out the original one is to small not sure what engine it was made for.
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:05 AM   #21
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the tool will pull 11.9 nova bearings the collet stretches to do it with no damage to the tool/collet the front bearing i need to machine a part to catch the bearing when i push it out the original one is to small not sure what engine it was made for.
thanks, to it should be ok for my picco?
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thanks, to it should be ok for my picco?
hey man, whats up? everything ok with your picco evo4?
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hi, yes everything is fine, didnt touch it yet probably will brake in that next weekend but just wanted to buy for the future Hudy tool but seems to be not for that bearing!
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thanks, to it should be ok for my picco?
Hey Roger is the picco nova based or sirio based get me some bearing sizes and I will be happy to measure my tool up and see if it is good for you.
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:12 PM   #25
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picco is not nova based neither sirio based.... its picco based... the rear
bearing is 12x22x5
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Sorry got confused with the new orion engine but I think that is the same size as a sirio bearing Which the tool will do what are the front bearing sizes as I needed to make a part due to the front bearings in the nova and sirio being bigger then the one in the kit. The picco might be ok.
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Sorry got confused with the new orion engine but I think that is the same size as a sirio bearing Which the tool will do what are the front bearing sizes as I needed to make a part due to the front bearings in the nova and sirio being bigger then the one in the kit. The picco might be ok.
no, sirio has 12x21x5 rear bearing and 7x19x6mm front
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ok now i am bit confiused, what is the verdict? Will fit or no?
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i dont remember bearing sizes off the top of my head sorry for the confusion. yes the rear bearing collet will work
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ok thanks for that, just a question what about front bearing?
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