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post #1 of 4 Old 04-07-2019, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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Have the clutch off

So I got the clutch off my 4514, actually other than the one bearing seems in good shape, however I thought there was only one bearing to it, I found another on the plate where the cable runs behind, (not sure what its called) see photos. Not sure how to remove it either as it seems that has to come off to get to oil pump gear. So looking for guidance
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Re: Have the clutch off

I think the other plate you're seeing is the brake plate. Have you taken out the three nuts it looks like that's what holds it in place.
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Re: Have the clutch off

No I have not simply because I was not sure if a bunch of spring loaded parts would come flying off Also now I see the bearing in that "brake plate" is a 6005U but when I was looking at the parts list I thought that bearing was the one in the pulley. So I see there are 2 bearings but the one in the pulley is not broken down to a separate number. Does anyone know if both bearings are the same? If so............easy, if not what is the other bearing spec/number other than the 6005U?

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Re: Have the clutch off

OK so on the oil pump, there is a smaller section in the center with 3 bolts/screws kind of triangular shaped and a larger round section with maybe 6 bolts/screws. I am assuming the rounder section screws are what is removed to get to the oil pump gear?
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