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Old 07-13-2009, 02:44 AM   #1
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Im changing my coupler and bearings and was wondering if theres a write up on it like there is for the coupler.
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This should help you out somewhat...Eaton snout rebuild
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It also would help to have a great machine shop with a press to take off and put on your new bearings just take your shaft with everything on it still so they can see what it looks like before the new ones get pressed back on. Best of luck to you.
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This will help some to....How to replace an M90 snout coupler without removing the entire blower
Don't forget to have a puller to remove your drive belt pulley.
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He has a 97 and won't be able to remove the pulley without an M90 specific puller.
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Thanks for the info Bill its good to know guy'* like you Dan and the others are here to offer all kinds of help and knowledge! Thanks you guy'* just ROCK!!!!!!! I am glad to be a part of this Awesome Forum......
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so where can you get the specific puller then?
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I would try here I think this is what you need to rent email them and ask though good luck.
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