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does anybody have #9095 hd part size , this is mainshaft roller bearing needles ,, i have a size but don't know if it's right ?? 0.1562 x 0.615.
hd dealer does not have item anymore.
stuck in the mud with this one!!
also looking for a properly hardened mainshaft race( not brittle )
oem mainshaft dimensions would also be nice.
seems only aftermarket is avaiable
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Did you try (nosparts.com) ?
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Have a look on the Andrews website. They make most transmission parts, better than original.
Those rollers come in several oversizes of two-tenths of a thousandth of an inch steps to make up for wear in the original race.
If you fit a new race, it will need line lapping or line honing in line with the trapdoor bearing.
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lap or hone just the race? not lap them together.
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any help on how to line lap a main trasmission shaft race would be great!!
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