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    I thought maybe someone who built their SM already may know. Will do that thnx for the answers.

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    A lot of the tranny bearings in the older, non-3.3 Maxx tranny were 5x11s
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavrick118
    I thought maybe someone who built their SM already may know. Will do that thnx for the answers.
    Use the exploded diagram for tranny bearings. UE parts are designed to use 8x16's (as long as you have the latest and greatest from UE). So if you look up a knuckle bearing in the book, youll find yourself needing 6x12 (not sure if thats right, just an example) but that wont work on UE parts.

    Honestly man, if you searched you could find all you needed in 10-20 mins.
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    Wow, thnx for the heads up on that 16 thing. I would have missed that definitely...

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    Thumbs up Thanks Avid

    Just got my order =D
    Thank`s for sharing

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    nice!!!!!!!! i love new bearings.

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    Great Buy

    That looks like a great buy for the money. Man you really like shaking things up on old threads. This site really needs it. Good luck with your re-birth for some UE builds Speeder.

    Not sure is AVID is even monitoring this site anymore, but I could use some bearings for some of the older UE knuckles. 8mm X 15mm X 4 or 5mm. The only other place I could find them is on VXB bearings, but they are $10 each.

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    Thanks for the tip on the 15x8 bearings I need those hehe
    Thank`s for sharing

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    Tip??

    Quote Originally Posted by Speeder
    Thanks for the tip on the 15x8 bearings I need those hehe

    Not sure that I would call that a tip at $10 for one bearing. More of a rip off. I hope that maybe AVID might chime in and come up with a solution for all of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JERRY2KONE
    Not sure that I would call that a tip at $10 for one bearing. More of a rip off. I hope that maybe AVID might chime in and come up with a solution for all of us.
    Let`s hope Avid or MM comes up with something, anyway thats cheper than keeping a new sett of 8mm cvds on the shelf =D anyways I will keep looking out for them.
    Thank`s for sharing

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