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Clutch Release Bearing Carrier


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There should be an indent in the back flange to stop the carrier rotating along with the thrust bearing. It does this by coming up against the lugs of the operating arm but over many operations this tends to wear a groove in the second flange so sometimes people knock a second indent and the lugs then sit in a different position.

I think this might be the case with yours, the original indent being at the top right of your picture with the associated wear pocket next to it. Then the other indents are due to the modification Ive described.....

In my opinion the carrier can still be used if it hasnt been distorted and still slides smoothly on the input shaft tube. 

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