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I first opened up the cases, and popped off the 6203 bearing from the stator side of my crank and replace it with an extra 6203 NR snap ring bearing I had lying around that I never ended up using.
 
I first opened up the cases, and popped off the 6203 bearing from the stator side of my crank and replace it with an extra 6203 NR snap ring bearing I had lying around that I never ended up using.
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Sorry for the lack of pictures, but I then used a black sharpie to really get some ink on the new snap ring, and laid the whole crank assembly back in place with the original snap ring in it's groove. When I took it all out the ink on the new snap ring had made 2 black marks on the edge of the cases. I laid the old 6203 in the cases and connected the two marks with the sharpie.
 
Sorry for the lack of pictures, but I then used a black sharpie to really get some ink on the new snap ring, and laid the whole crank assembly back in place with the original snap ring in it's groove. When I took it all out the ink on the new snap ring had made 2 black marks on the edge of the cases. I laid the old 6203 in the cases and connected the two marks with the sharpie.
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There is now no play side to side with my crank assembly, problem solved!!!
 
There is now no play side to side with my crank assembly, problem solved!!!
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6203-NR Bearing @ treats: https://www.treatland.tv/NACHI-6203-NR-snap-ring-bearing-p/nachi-bearing-6203-nr.htm
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