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Is it normal for the angular bearing to be able to lift off the shaft from just a bit of tug?

And also is the needle bearing okay if it has a slight in and out play?

I was in the processes of just changing out my ISB and once completing that, I started to put things back together and just started inspecting things to see if everything is still decently okay and when I touch both bearings. They both had these symptoms that im describing.

Thanks for your time.
- Sammo
 

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Yeah, as long as the play on the needle bearing isn't excessive you are fine on both counts. Just rubber mallet that MS bearing onto the shaft fully.
 

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Thats what I was thinking about the CS bearings but as for the angular bearing. Is it normal for it to easily be pulled with my hands wiggling it? Like I can just wiggle it ..1 ....2 and it comes up off the MS shaft.
 

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all is fine :)

92-95 EX/Si?
Yes sir.

I also took out my ISB that you said was the issue from my other thread and the bearing seems to still be okay, I still put in the near bearing though but just wanted to let you know hahaha.

But over all, IF it isnt the ISB that isnt making the noise that i am encountering then what else would your memory bank think it would be?
 

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link to the thread/post, my memory bank is broken :(

I have found, as Aquafina and Bense that the older trannys (88-91) slide apart much easier, sometimes way too easy IMHO.
 

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link to the thread/post, my memory bank is broken :(

I have found, as Aquafina and Bense that the older trannys (88-91) slide apart much easier, sometimes way too easy IMHO.
http://www.d-series.org/forums/transmission-alley/133943-transmission-noise-bad-bearing.html

This be the link I mentioned.

And thanks fellas for the relief of good news about it being normal for that bearing to be able to slide out quite easily hahaha.

Lets hope when I put this together, the whining/ticking goes away if not then damn. Imma have to look for a spare trans to put in while I continue to rebuild this current Si trans...Oy, there goes my savings for a wideband hahaha.
 

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Yea, most of the cable trannies I have had, that bearing on the MS just slides right off. Little effort to put on, but comes off without effort.
 

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Yea, most of the cable trannies I have had, that bearing on the MS just slides right off. Little effort to put on, but comes off without effort.
Not a cable tranny good sir, hydro crap.
 

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It varies. Some come off just from turning the shaft upside down, some can be removed by hand, and some need to be pulled off (pressed off in my case as I don't use a puller).
 
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