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zanetti
post 14th March 2018 05:28
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Hi All,

As part of the rebuild I'm doing I want to replace the clutch pilot bearing however I can't seem to find the part number? Does anyone have the part number or aftermarket make/model?

Thanks

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Antonio
post 15th March 2018 22:12
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Fiat ref. is 46821337 wich looking at Sachs gives ref. 3151 837 002 and LUK ref.500 0401 10

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post 16th March 2018 05:34
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Fiat ref. is 46821337 wich looking at Sachs gives ref. 3151 837 002 and LUK ref.500 0401 10

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Thanks Antonio, that part though is a release bearing... I'm looking for the pilot or pigot bearing that fits into the end of the crank.

I looked at the crank yesterday and don't see a bearing? Seems to be a pressed bushing? Can anyone confirm this?

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post 16th March 2018 14:31
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I misunderstood you then...there isn't any spigot bearing as primary axle of the gearbox doesn't fit into the crankshaft. Take a look at the gearbox and you will understand it, it only has the splines for fitting clutch disc.

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post 16th March 2018 21:05
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I misunderstood you then...there isn't any spigot bearing as primary axle of the gearbox doesn't fit into the crankshaft. Take a look at the gearbox and you will understand it, it only has the splines for fitting clutch disc.

Hope this time I success laugh.gif


Ah, yes I see so, should’ve look in the first place, thanks for clarity!
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