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Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
Once the release bearing and fork are situated correctly, and the fork arm is not allowed to move around after that, there really is no way for the fork to come off of the release bearing.
^Ronbo is spot on. If everything is correct, once the trans and engine are bolted together, the release fork and throwout bearing are captive and can't come apart, and the bearing "tangs" cannot rotate. This is something you can verify before you reinstall the engine and trans in the chassis.
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