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Alternator bearing size help


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#1 leone

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Posted 28 October 2003 - 12:12 AM

Does anybody know specs of the FRONT bearing in the alternator of a '91 XT-4? I can pick up a replacement at the bearing shop, but I don't currently have a parts book to show the size for that bearing. I know the inner diameter is 17mm, so it's probably something like a B17-95 or B17-103 or something like that.

I know I could just take the old one out, but I was hoping to pick up the new one first to avoid tying up the wife's car too long...keeps the peace... ;)

Many thanks in adance...

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Posted 02 November 2003 - 11:05 PM

Thanks anyway. I had to pull out and take apart to find out. In case anyone cares, it's a 6303 with double seals. Got it online for $3, replaced in 1/2 hour, much cheaper and probably better than replacing with rebuilt alternator!




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