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Old 09-06-2010, 16:00   #1
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Hurth Transmission Case Damage

I have a Hurth HBW-250.

The input shaft bearing slot in the case was damaged with the bearing and cap froze together. The Aluminum Bearing slot was worn out And the Bearing end play cap with case seal was damaged.

I was able to get a new aluminum cap made, the bearing slot in both case halves tig welded up and line bored back to original

All this for US$40. (php 1,900)

Should any one be interested in this service let me know. Its an easy way to repair.


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