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Old 01-26-2004, 10:22 PM   #11
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Bump. Need the seals/bearings in the nosedrive. I know they're around here somewhere, but if someone could re-post them here, I'd appreciate it. Also the source where you bought them.

And are the seals/bearings compatible between both the M62 and M90? I'm guessing they are.
GM Supercharger oil pt# 12345982
Supercharger brng/seal: 1 - 6204.C3 Brng; 1 - 6203.C3 Brng, 1 - 7965 CR Seal
Applies to M62 if memory serves me right.
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Can anyone confirm the bearings and seals for the M90 are the same?
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where is a good place to get these bearings/seal? Can NAPA get them??

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I have mine torn apart as we speak!!

Yes!! Where can we find these bearings and seals?

Also what company are the part #'* from for them??

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Those bearing and seal part numbers are generic industry standard numbers. Any bearing supply place (like Bearings Inc.) can get them. Try transmission shops, or well-stocked auto parts stores. Industrial supply warehouses, too. You'll find them.
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Thanks!

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Would you be able to just go straight to a dealer and get them or would that be the more expensive way out?
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The dealer will not sell the individual bearings, seals, coupler, etc. Either a new complete nosedrive, or a full supercharger replacement only.
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Sounds good. I have mine at the local machine shop and they said it would be a week before we could get them so I was just trying to find somewhere quicker. I can wait though.
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I have some information that leads me to think that the gm 1052942 gasket maker is loctite 518, not loctite 510. The main differences I can see is that 510 will seal a gap up to .010" and the max temp is 400 deg F, whereas 518 will seal a .050" gap but is only good to 300 deg F.

Both types should work, from what I can see. Has anyone used the gm part successfully?

This link has some loctite application info:

http://www.loctite.com/int_henkel/lo..._DoItRight.pdf
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