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    So I have 3 of the lower hubs sitting here . What part usually goes bad or easier buy the whole hub. I no easier to buy. So I'm assuming the clutch housing assembly is what goes bad. Amy help would be appreciated. Thanks Scott

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    yes, every failure for me has been bearing/race in clutch , it takes same one way clutch as ball lift


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      With a bit of care and attention you can remove the clutch and replace it. Not the easiest of jobs to do, but the more you do them, the easier it becomes. Just be careful not to nick the case. You can use a small rotary electric hand tool to cut out the bearing.
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