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carrier measure location
#1304315 Sat Mar 23 2019 12:01 PM
Joined: Feb 2019
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87GN Offline OP
nothing beats a try but a failure
Am I measuring in the wrong spot on the propeller shaft yoke? I am trying to find a carrier bearing assembly to fit.

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Last edited by 87GN; Sat Mar 23 2019 12:03 PM.

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Re: carrier measure location
87GN #1304316 Sat Mar 23 2019 12:31 PM
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Yes that is the wrong spot, the machine finish on the next step down where the splines are cut should be 1.3780.
The part of the shaft that you are measuring is where the deflector goes.
Here is your part:

Last edited by sstock; Sat Mar 23 2019 12:40 PM.

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