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    Torrington Input bearing

    Hi guys I am fairly new here and was wondering if anyone had any input on the Torrington input bearing versus the bronze bushing. Thanks Dan

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    Roller is all I will use now. The cost difference is nothing (bronze = $9, roller =$14)
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    What transmission are you working on?

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    Good question, where is the torrington bearing located that you are talking about :?:

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    Input shaft bearing for the crankshaft using a manual transmssion. Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldandtired
    Input shaft bearing for the crankshaft using a manual transmssion. Dave
    Aah ops: , what that? i don't even know what a manuel trans looks like anymore, been racing automatics since mid 60's

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    Are you talking about a pilot bushing/bearing that goes in the back of the crankshaft?

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    Yes I believe that is what he was refering to, but I think the correct term is clutch shaft, not input shaft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwkracing
    Are you talking about a pilot bushing/bearing that goes in the back of the crankshaft?
    Yes, the bearing that supports the end of the transmission input shaft.

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