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    Posted: Sep/14/2017 at 7:58pm
 Where can you buy a AMC Bearing retainer for a 1969 and earlier T10?
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American Parts Depot


AMX, Javelin

T-10 Front Bearing Retainer (use 68-69 throw out bearing for 70-74) 

960 1701A

$195.00


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Did you put the wrong size clutch release bearing on it and shatter the retainer like I did to my pre-1969 T-10?

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No, Mine is cracked. I have been reading about a steel retainer but have not found any except the APD 195.00 WOW.
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Larry,

I have made these out of steel for my own use and it takes a very large piece of steel and a ton of machine time......the billet starts at the size of the largest diameter......the originals were made from Cast Iron, that is why they are a bit fragile and are machined from the rough casting, very inexpensive processes.


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 Brian at SK Speed Shop will have the 69 and earlier Front Bearing Retainer  and the input shafts for a 2.23 and2.46 and other small parts for our AMC T10 by the first of the year or earlier.  Thanks to Brian!
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