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National Ball Bearing

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Designed to provide enhanced endurance, maximum contamination exclusion, and proper fit, form and function.
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Bearing Type:Sealed Self Aligning
Clutch Fork To Face:0.6500 in
Fork Groove Width:0.4760 in
Self Aligning:Yes
Width:1.21 in


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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)




from Milwaukee

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  • Did Not Last 4 Months

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    Comments about National Ball Bearing:

    I did not have even 5000 miles on this and its trashed already.

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    1 Question | 4 Answers
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      What is a good indication that the throwout bearing is getting bad? What does the vehicle do?
      Asked on 6/5/2011 by Anonymous

      4 answers



        There will be uneven tread on the tires and the car makes a roaring sound on that side of the car. In some cases, the car will wooble when turning

        Answered on 6/6/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
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        Tire tread? Terrible answer. It will make different noise with clutch in/out.

        Answered on 3/21/2012 by Knowit from Inmyrightmind
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        loud whining/screaming noise

        Answered on 1/18/2013 by shadetree sam from georgia
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        Tire tread??SERIOUSLY??? A throwout bearing has absolutely NOTHING to do with tire wear at ALL!
        The most common symptom is as posted a VERY irritating squeal /screeching especially when the clutch is depressed. When it gets really bad you will also notice that the transmission is getting harder to shift and you may eventually you may not be able to get the vehicle into gear as it will be grinding as if the clutch pedal is not depressed`.

        Answered on 5/6/2014 by Blu from Geneva,IN
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