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Trucks T-Maxx Pro 15

Tony

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Bearings will never seal 100%. If you are having abnormal idling or lean issues, then look at replacing the front bearing. Otherwise, it's likely fine. All front bearings will leak just a bit. But excessive should be replaced.
 
Bearings will never seal 100%. If you are having abnormal idling or lean issues, then look at replacing the front bearing. Otherwise, it's likely fine. All front bearings will leak just a bit. But excessive should be replaced.
was a tiny puddle under the flywheel
 

Tony

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If you know how to replace the front bearing, I say go for it. And definitely need a new clutch spring.
 

Tony

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Thank you. I do not have a bearing replacement though as it does require a lot of heat to release the bearings. You will need to heat the case up to about 150-200ºF to remove the bearings. Do not try to remove them cold, you will destroy the engine block.
 
Thank you. I do not have a bearing replacement though as it does require a lot of heat to release the bearings. You will need to heat the case up to about 150-200ºF to remove the bearings. Do not try to remove them cold, you will destroy the engine block.
yep I know how to remove the bearings watched your video and already done it once
were you explain how to do it.and the engine block breaks if you thought it was your fault lol
 

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