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Table 4-24. Camshaft Bearing Bore Wear Limits
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FRAME 12 - TM-9-2815-210-34-2-20135
TM 9-2815-210-34-2-2
FRAME 11
NOTE
There are two oil holes (1) in camshaft rear bearing
b o r e (2). There are two oil holes (3) in rear camshaft
bearing  (4).
Oil holes (3) are a little bit closer to one end of rear
c a m s h a f t bearing (4) than to other end. Rear cam-
s h a f t bearing must be put in rear crankcase web
( 5 ) so that end of rear camshaft bearing with oil holes
c l o s e s t to it faces front of crankcase, as shown.
1 . Mark rear crankcase web (5) with chalk or grease pencil next to oil holes (1)
in camshaft rear bearing bore (2).
CAUTION
B o t h oil holes (1) in camshaft rear bearing bore (2)
must line up with both oil holes (3) in rear camshaft
bearing (4). Alinement of oil holes need not be per-
f e c t , but more than half the area of oil holes (3)
m u s t line up with oil holes (1). If this is not done,
oil flow will be blocked and engine will be damaged.
2.
U s i n g camshaft bushing remover and replacer kit, put in new rear camshaft
b e a r i n g (4). Use chalk mark on crankcase web (5) to help line up oil holes
( 3 ) with oil holes (1).
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