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6080 thrust bearing adjustment

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    Posted: 10 Jul 2024 at 10:36am
I am in need of info on shimming the thrust bearing that mounts on the front of a 6080  engine. Thanks
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Google will shed some light.....
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Thanks, but I was hoping for more info or a diect link.  I am not good with computers and have slow internet too!
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Whenever I shimmed one I shot for .006" end play of the crankshaft. Shove the crank pulley to the rear as far as it will go with a prybar. Set your dial indicator at zero. Have someone step on the clutch pedal all the way and see what you've got.
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Thanks, that is what I was looking for!
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