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Old 02-09-2020, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, pulled the drive shaft out yesterday and a bunch of ball bearings fell out with it, do not see it listed in pic, anyone know the part number? it is the large bearing by brake rotor, thanks in advance.
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There are 2 bearings in the brake housing, be careful when you go to remove them as there's a hidden snap ring that has to be removed or you will break the brake caliber.
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There are 2 bearings in the brake housing, be careful when you go to remove them as there's a hidden snap ring that has to be removed or you will break the brake caliber.
ok thanks, i didn't know that. will call dealer about bearings.
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Bearing number is 2602-131, they are 45mm x 68mm x 12mm if anyone else ever needs them. Is there a spacer after snap ring, before 2nd bearing? Or run it down to snap ring?
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The outside bearing is held in by the snap ring then there is a spacer then the inside bearing.When you tighten the brake rotor on that holds that bearing in place.There is a spacer between the brake rotor and that inside bearing as well.I have two OEM arctic cat bearings if you need them.I went with a stainless hybrid ceramic bearing.Never want to do that job again.Had to knock my driveshaft out with a 25lb. sledge hammer.
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The outside bearing is held in by the snap ring then there is a spacer then the inside bearing.When you tighten the brake rotor on that holds that bearing in place.There is a spacer between the brake rotor and that inside bearing as well.I have two OEM arctic cat bearings if you need them.I went with a stainless hybrid ceramic bearing.Never want to do that job again.Had to knock my driveshaft out with a 25lb. sledge hammer.
thank you for the info, i already bought 2 factory bearings. i thought something was wrong without a spacer. got this sled from a guy already taken apart.

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