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    bearing carrier

    Is the Midshaft thats modded from rxp driveshaft pressed into this carrier? In order to remove this carrier do you unbolt the motor and slide it forward then unbolt the carrier to take it out with the midshaft? thanks.


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    found my info thanks lol! busy thread here!

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    found my info thanks lol! busy thread here!

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    lol yup

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    most people don't even know what your asking. i assume your asking about a conversion ???????? then yes, you must move the motor forward to get the carrier bearing out

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    Only if the stock midwall is in place many use a removable midwall bracket.
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    most people don't even know what your asking. i assume your asking about a conversion ???????? then yes, you must move the motor forward to get the carrier bearing out

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Only if the stock midwall is in place many use a removable midwall bracket.
    Quote Originally Posted by big john View Post
    most people don't even know what your asking. i assume your asking about a conversion ???????? then yes, you must move the motor forward to get the carrier bearing out
    i stand corrected, assuming that it has a midwall still........ Chad still hasn't stated what he's working on...

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    lol sorry it's a conversion gprxp... I am thinking i need to replace the bearing carrier so I was trying to figure out how to get the joker out.. I think I can remove the midwall bracket which it does use. Thanks

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    Any luck? The OEM Yami part is pressed into the carrier and the SD driveshaft is cut down and threaded in too that.

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    I greased up the bearing sealed around the outside of carrier where it meets the midwall and didn't see any leaks from it so I think im good to go thanks

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