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Old 05-11-2004, 04:07 PM   #1
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Default Sealed bearings or not?

I found a local place that stocks the bearings. Should I get the sealed ones or not? Also, what is part # 1 - 7965 CR? Where does it go? I assume these 2 bearings are for the shafts that the gears are mounted too. What about the bearing on the snout where the pulley is?

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I took it apart today and pressed in new ones...the bearings are open.
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