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Fick4fun
Posted 2018-08-23 3:47 PM (#568914)
Subject: 1963 imperial carrier bearing


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Does anybody know where or how to get a new carrier bearing for a 1963 imperial any help would great thanks
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Shep
Posted 2018-08-23 5:33 PM (#568919 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing



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Center driveshaft support bearing? If so, Rockauto shows one.

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Fick4fun
Posted 2018-08-23 6:30 PM (#568923 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing


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They have the bearing but it a wjole assembly.
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Shep
Posted 2018-08-23 7:12 PM (#568928 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing



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I don't think anyone makes that new. The rubber hanger rotted or broke?
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Fick4fun
Posted 2018-08-23 7:23 PM (#568929 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing


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It is starting to shake prety bad of the line but if you start slow its fine but it is getting worse and it is the oringnal and sat for a long time. I think it is seperating id have yo crawl under and look closely
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plymouth
Posted 2018-08-24 6:46 AM (#568943 - in reply to #568929)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing



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Damper Doctor rebuilds these. I had mine revulcanized and a new bearing installed.
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57chizler
Posted 2018-08-24 11:54 AM (#568952 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: RE: 1963 imperial carrier bearing



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Fick4fun
Posted 2018-08-24 7:04 PM (#568967 - in reply to #568914)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing


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How long does it last after he fixes them.
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plymouth
Posted 2018-08-24 8:37 PM (#568970 - in reply to #568967)
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Probably longer than 50 years.
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Fick4fun
Posted 2018-08-24 10:37 PM (#568976 - in reply to #568914)
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I think its needs ro be fixed its in 2 peices

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plymouth
Posted 2018-08-25 7:08 AM (#568995 - in reply to #568976)
Subject: Re: 1963 imperial carrier bearing



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Yep, that's a problem. Damper Doctor can fix it. They are pricey, but the quality and turn around time is fantastic. If you're driving this car quite a bit, I'd suggest pulling the crank pulley( held on by 5 bolts I believe, and have them revulcanize that rubber too. It happened to me. First was the driveshaft support, then about two weeks later the pulley failed.

Edited by plymouth 2018-08-25 7:09 AM
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