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05-25-2007 07:07 AM  13 years ago
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rudyy

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Help: Raptor 50 SE Metal Grip Thrust Bearing Washers
I am trying to put the bearings and washers back to the metal grip. According to the instruction manual, the hole diameters of the two thrust bearing washers are different, one slightly bigger than the other. However, the two washers that I have are identical in size. Do you guys have this problem?

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05-25-2007 07:29 AM  13 years ago
Nightstalker

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You haven't put the 2 large diameters washers in the other grip and left your self with just the 2 small diameters ones have you??

sorry might sound silly but might be done
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05-25-2007 07:39 AM  13 years ago
Kiwimark

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Looking @ the se manual bigger hole means the bearing race not the internal hole.
Page 11 (5) HMX0612
Hope this helps, just built my new 50SE
Mark
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05-25-2007 07:56 AM  13 years ago
rudyy

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What do you mean by bearing race? I check all the 4 washers, two on each grip and they all have the same internal hole diameter. Actually, they all look the same.
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05-25-2007 07:59 AM  13 years ago
dazzaster

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look at the actuel bareings not the washers. if you look closely at the inner hole of the bearings you will notice one side is bigger than the other
hope this helps
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05-25-2007 07:59 AM  13 years ago
Kiwimark

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The grove in the washer that the bearings run in. The difference is small but can be seen,
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05-25-2007 08:35 AM  13 years ago
rudyy

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Do you mean the diameter of the washer track on which the balls actually roll?

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05-25-2007 08:45 AM  13 years ago
Kiwimark

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The depth of the track the bearings run in, the less depth of the track is what they call the bigger washer. Look @ page 11 of the manual

Mark
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05-25-2007 01:02 PM  13 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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There is the bearing cage and the two races. The races have a different ID. Rock them back and forth on a spindle and its obvious.

It should go:
Spindle bolt:Spindle Washer:Radial Bearing:Thin Thrust Washer:Bearing race that rocks the least:Bearing Cage:Bearing Race that rocks the most:Radial Bearing:Thick Thrust Washer: Dampener
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