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Old 01-07-2011, 10:25 AM
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TC 88 Rt side (pinion) bearing

Im rebuilding the engine again in my 2002 fxdx with stock 4.0" stroke flywheels built by darkhorse crankworks, 110 cvo ported and flowed heads, S.E. 10.5istons 22123-08a, custom ground .630" geardrive cams, Mikuni HSR 48.
Im having some trouble finding a replacement pinion side main bearing. The stock bearing 24623-99b has a plastic cage that i dont want to use if i dont have to. I was going to use the updated se bearing 24605-07, used in 07+ models on both sides, but i just realized that thery are different sizes and wont retrofit back.
Does anyone know or have a used a different bearing in rt side case for high performance app. Thanks
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:16 AM
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If the lefty bearing won't fit the right side, I'd call Darkhorse. See what they recommend.
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Thanks geezer. Called darkhorse, they use the harley bearing and thats all there is. Also found out that hd used to use a roller bearing with a steel cage but they quit using it b/c the cage was wearing on the rollers. Also that bearing was supersceeded with in the last 5 years and canot be remade untill 5 years after the last supercession.
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Interesting. I know of people that put the lefty bearing in the right side, but I don't recall what year the engines were.
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Stock on left, "lefty" on right. Both were steel cages iirc. Just did a set of lefty's 2 weeks ago and they were metal??


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