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Old 12-03-2005, 11:37 AM   #1
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I know i have been gone for a while but recently my case bearing inside the supercharger broke and lets jus say eaton didnt wanna help me but if u ever wanna rebuild the case bearings the napa part numbers are MNJ471S its jus a regular needle bearing
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Not just a regular needle bearing when compared to our normal suppliers. www.rollingperformance.com and texas thunderbirds both supply us with this bearing, but they add the VERY expensive high-temp grease to each one for us.

What did you use for grease?
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Not just a regular needle bearing when compared to our normal suppliers. www.rollingperformance.com and texas thunderbirds both supply us with this bearing, but they add the VERY expensive high-temp grease to each one for us.

What did you use for grease?
I used lucas high temp grease it costs about $60 for a tube
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Ouch. If you'd bought your bearings from one of our suppliers, you wouldn't have to buy the grease.

Not sure how that compares to the stuff you're supposed to use. Hope it works out for you.
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Ouch. If you'd bought your bearings from one of our suppliers, you wouldn't have to buy the grease.

Not sure how that compares to the stuff you're supposed to use. Hope it works out for you.
well so far so good no problems yet i will keep u all posted
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everything is fine so far internally with the case bearing in the supercharger i am keeping a close eye on it though jus to make sure nothing else happens
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