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Old 02-20-2003, 02:58 PM   #11
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I don't know what it is, but all bearings have the mfg p/n on them. You might be able to see it with the pulley off. If you figger it out, let me know. We could do a Techinfo on the part numbers for do it yourself rebuilds of the M62 and M90.
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The bearings are 6204.c3 and 6203.c3.
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Good job Will!! My blower is starting to rattle at idle. Has about 80,000 on it. Going to have to decide whether to rebuild one that'* on it or replace with one on engine in garage. Think it only has 60,000 on it. It was replaced under warranty because of front seal leak. I'll save your pics.
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Hey Willwren, don't suppose you have a parts list for this. Maybe one for a '95 SSEi I'm looking to install a new pulley and a new coupler in the real near future. It will make it easier if I have the right parts.
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I have everything you need except the bearing part numbers. Well, not actual part numbers, but I can steer you in the right direction
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I have everything you need except the bearing part numbers. Well, not actual part numbers, but I can steer you in the right direction

Will, then you would have a list for a '93 SSEi also...I could use one too..getting ready to install my new 2.2" pulley...so I figure why not re-bulid */c too....well since i'll be looking at it anyway...probably do a */c cover mod also...trying to come up with something original...thanks

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I have everything you need except the bearing part numbers. Well, not actual part numbers, but I can steer you in the right direction
You still have those part #'*? I stopped by the dealer today but they still showed the whole SC as a single replaceable unit.
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The bearing part numbers are still floating around here in a post. The dealers IPB should show the outlet gasket, coolant seals (2 yellow o-rings), the little tube of sealant, and the oil. I also suggest the injector o-ring kit. They have all these parts listed. Mine did, anyway. All in stock, too.

You can't get the bearings from the dealer, but everything else you can. I'm trying to get more info on the bearings as we speak.
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The shopping list (SC outlet gasket, SC coupler, Thermostat gasket if needed, injector O-ring kit, SC oil, SC nosedrive sealant in the little red tube, TB gasket):
http://home.attbi.com/~bonnevilleclub/11.JPG
I think after takeing a closer look I see what I was missing when talking with the parts guy. There is no gasket between the nose drive and the SC itself. It is just the red tube of sealant, right?

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Thermostat gasket, o-ring, sealant. I have the new ZZP coupler and 2.5" pulley. I have the SC oil (2 containers). So I need to get the SC outlet gasket, TB gasket, and o-rings for the injectors?
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Yup. You'll use that sealant on 2 surfaces.....the nosedrive to gear housing, and the gear housing to rotor housing. The SC comes apart in 3 major body pieces. The TB gasket may not be necessary, but it'* a good idea.

Sounds like you're set. You have any luck with the bearings yet?
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