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 Post subject: Re: Layshaft Bearing
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 6:52 am 
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Hi Poison You still have not specified what type cases being used? Recommendations for later pantah cases (alazurra and on) You will require a quantity of 2 ….NJ 203ECP in C3 fit. Quantity of 1 NJ205ECP C3 that goes inboard of the sprocket and Quantity 1 of NUP205 ECP C3 inboard of clutch assembly. The NUP version is two piece inner race being captured in both axial directions. Make sure to shim end float of shafts per manual. Ducati used the NJ203 in C3 fit but I have used standard clearance bearings in all theses positions with no problems.
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 Post subject: Re: Layshaft Bearing
PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2012 1:40 am 
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Hi Cranky,

I'm looking (initially at least...) for the bearings for the layshaft only. Plus I have "normal", not straight-cut, primary gears,
so I think that I'll go for the NUP version of both bearings. Whether the bearings have C3 cage clearance is (in my mind) an
irrelevance. Normal clearance bearings have almost the same clearance as their C3 brothers anyway!

Poison


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