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    PTO Bearing

    I pulled this bearing out to inspect it before installing my motor into the new hull. Are there any special precautions/proceedures I need to do when re-installing the bearing? Or just press it in by hand and put a new clamp on it?

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    Put some silicone on the outside of the bearing,then install and put the clamp on.
    This way its more tight and won,t come off when you pull the driveshaft in the future

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    Push it back in, Little bit of oil on the inside so the shaft goes in nicely.

    Sounds dirty...

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    if you don't use the original stye clamp be sure to position the screw part as not to hit the supercharger. the oe clamp works best because its narrow.

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    Does anyone know the part number of this assembly? I've having trouble telling which part it is in the diagram.

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    it should be 420832648 -> Ball Bearing With Bellows Ass'y. Includes o-ring and clamp.
    When you get it, the bearing is in the rubber boot and clamped from BRP.

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    If that bearing were to go bad does it fly up into the motor like the SC bearing and destroy everything? I have the assembly, but since my bearing came out and was sitting in the garage for a few weeks, I'm afraid any dust or dirt that got into might cause me problems later. Definitely don't want the engine destroyed over something like that.

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    I am sure it would be fine - BUT - If its niggling at you change it while its out. This way you can be sure in your own mind that you have done everything 100% and you could have done no more to make it as perfect as possible.

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    They are about 140 bucks, but if your worried, I would replace it....

    No the bearing wont go in the motor and destroy anything...The drive shaft goes thru it and would keep the bearings from going in the engine

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    I have a NEW 1 of these bearing boot assembllies that I mistakenly purchased for 1 of my 04 RXPs-- it is obiously not the correct 1 for my sk-- I will sell for $95 shipped I can send pics to an e-mail address.

    pm me if you or anyone else is interested

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