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Question OUTER intermediate shaft bearing, hole or no hole?

My old outer intermediate shaft bearing has a hole in it's center, the replacement 996-101-137-80 does not. Should one be machined into the new.

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Cases varied over the years. The rule of thumb is that if there is a hole in the case where the hole in the bearing should be, then there needs to be a hole in the bearing. Inner and outer intermediate shaft bearings are different too, with respect to needing the holes...

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Cases varied over the years. The rule of thumb is that if there is a hole in the case where the hole in the bearing should be, then there needs to be a hole in the bearing. Inner and outer intermediate shaft bearings are different too, with respect to needing the holes...

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This is the outer bearing.....there is no hole in the case. There is a hole in the intermediate shaft itself, forward of the sprockets.
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