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  1. When you removed the seal, what was the condition of the race and ball bearings? What it still packed with grease or oil? thanks
  2. I'm interested to know what was the initial source that triggered an IMS bearing to fail? I know a lack of lubrication is the final step to the death of the bearing. There seem to be a lot more engines with the "6204" bearing failing than the revised larger "6305". I suspect the covers used on the "6204" are not the same design/quality as the ones on the "6305". I believe the better seals on the "6305" is preventing oil from getting into the bearings and washing out the grease. On the weekend while doing my clutch, I decided to popped out my IMS flange to inspect the IMS bearing and from what
  3. Caution: with the new PFTE seal (997 101 212 01), according to the WSM, it must be dry fitted (no oil, grease or lubrication). It will destroy the seal. I'm in the process of developing a RMS seal tool for the DIYers, should be ready in a week or so.
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