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Post by tccanoe » Tue Jul 26, pm.

Jul 27, Removing output shaft pilot bearing (bushing) Postby marrstree» Mon Jul 25, am. As a first-timer, I read this forum for how to extract the brass pilot bushing. Since I didn't have a 3/4 tap, as suggested, I tried a different approach and it worked.

I had an automotive bodywork dent puller. It is a slide hammer wiTh a threaded end. Nov 25, Quote Reply Topic: pilot bushing Posted: Nov/24/ at am: the I bought came witha auto trans. I know there is not supposed to be a pilot bearing in the crank, but it sure looks like it has!

It's brass. Did some come with one?? it's a I thought I would ask b/4 I try to take it out. What is the best way to take it out?

In The Beginning

thanks. Jul 01, 69 AMX mph 71 JAV/AMX and 69 Javelin. NAMDRA member # Sep 25, Clutch dust and such can contaminate the lube and cause failure, they usually easily last the life of the clutch. Longer under good conditions. On a well balanced drivetrain and with a transmission in good condition, a bushing can outlast clutches. Most folks replace both types with every clutch change because it's just a good shrubcleanup.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

May 30, Location: ca. Local Time: PM. You can also pack the hole with grease and use a bolt close to the id of the bushing and whack the bolt with a hammer. That will force the bushing out. Agree x 6.

Like x 1. May 29, #4. Engine Crank toTransmission Pilot Bushings. Many manual transmissions will be married to stock as well as conversion engines, and a custom pilot bushing will be required in many instances.

Predominately, these bushings are bronze alloys are impregnated with oil to arbor the pilot tip of a transmission input shaft.