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Old 03-18-2017, 09:45 PM   #1
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I'm getting the bearings redone, (carrier, pinion, axle). Is there a break in period for that? I'm not doing gears, just the bearings all around.
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Just bearing are not a problem . One thing I like to do anyway is to run them up to full temperature and do a full cool down and let it rip . As you already now the gears are different . The sliding surfaces have to work harden to each other . This is not the case with bearing .
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Alright, cool. Just making sure.
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Just bearing are not a problem . One thing I like to do anyway is to run them up to full temperature and do a full cool down and let it rip . As you already now the gears are different . The sliding surfaces have to work harden to each other . This is not the case with bearing .
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