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bearings on C9 engine


Created On Monday February 08, 2016 17:27 Diesel Talk
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how do you remove and replace numer7 bearing on a C9 engine as there is no oil hole in number 7 crank journal. Hope someone can help.
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I use a flexible putty knife 1 1/2 wide and tap it through enough to get a heel bar between the back of the bearing and the block and walk it out. Just be very careful to not scratch crank.
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