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    supercharger ate itself.

    I guess I will be pulling the pto housing to look for the rest of that bearing and any other debris that might be in the engine. Any other tips or suggestions? The charger was just rebuilt 30 hours ago. Any insight as to why the bearing would fail so soon?

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    Bob 1tommygunner1927's Avatar
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    Houston, Texas
    Check both oil pump screens.

    After the charger was rebuilt did you recheck the slip after 10-15 hours?

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    Will do. Checked slip right around 15 hours after it was built. Had 85 inch lbs. Added the heavy duty riva spring washers then this happened.

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    Crest Hill, IL
    Stock charger?

    Is the housing/wheel dmagaed?

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    Yes stock charger. The housing and wheel are toasted.

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