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if your right whats the best thing i can do buy small bearing 45mm with 18mm boreand I am 99.9 % sure I am right.
you are talking to a transmission mechanic of 40 years. there are two sets of seals on the bearing. outer blue set, inner black set.
for you to be right they not only made a two part spacer when one spacer would save money., they also made one of those two spacers in the shape of a seal.
If I got this information earlier I would have stopped this wasting money, well, this means we worked out the mystery of the bearing being destroyed.if you are right what's the best thing I can do is buy a small bearing of 45mm with an 18mm bore
I appreciate your knowledge .its not a matter of buying two bearings to make one. you have a VERY special bearing there.
I only see two options
1. used bearing .
2. rebuild original
2 is unknown cost. but it wouldnt be cheap
1 is best option. got to be someone on this forum with a parts cvt that broke for another reason and has a good bearing. finding that used cvt is the hard part.
I appreciate your knowledge .
always seem to find out the hard way.
gees i feel like crap
you know I actually thought I would be helping someone.
i can't even help myself
I put out a request a couple days ago you might want to follow up.thanks appreciate that,
Is anyone here that can help me with what I need?
thank you for tryingI put out a request a couple days ago you might want to follow up.
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Well the manufacturer(Suzuki) blame game it well behind us, saying there's no potential issues with the B650 CVT, is like trying to cover the Sun with your hand and say is not there, "it is what it is", is best to convey the "Good, Bad and Ugly", IOW full disclosure is best, people come here to be informed, why hold back info To be specific the particular bearing you can't find, was never offered as a replacement part by Suzuki, just the next "Higher Assembly", but why install a costly parts that has the same possibilities failing or not , is built exactly as the OEM failed oneI'm really shocked by the outcome, got a ring engineer tomorrow let him know
not to bother making the bushing otherwise another 60 bucs wasted.
Suzuki stop making these scooters I wonder how long before they ran out of stock.
this post or thread is not good as it advertises as a bad buy.
I'm sure you understand what I mean hoping that you do the right thing and delete it.
thanks, everyone for all the help.