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  1. What seems to be the issue with getting it in? Hardest part is getting old one out.
  2. Eaton and few others make a legit two piece. https://www.ebay.com/itm/184481075680?chn=ps&gbraid=0AAAAAD_QDh-vSOQSgqMAy4YaznA7KONj-&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=184481075680&targetid=1264870805024&device=m&mktype=pla&googleloc=9007510&poi=&campaignid=10454522054&mkgroupid=125880183801&rlsatarget=pla-1264870805024&abcId=2146002&merchantid=113681886&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIntXZy_Km8QIVC_rICh169g6REAQYDiABEgL81fD_BwE
  3. Does the truck smoke more then usual? Good sign there is a boost leak. I’m not sure if the spedo sensor could have anything to do with it, like fuel delivery? Someone with alot more knowledge then me will be able to help you with that issue. What work did you have done to the truck?
  4. The spedo sensor is on the back of the trans between the yoke and the aux case. It’s most likely a black plastic thread in type and has a jam nut. For the down shifting try braking a little (like 5mph) and then a quick blip of the throttle and shift into gear. Down shifting takes time and practice. One day it will just happen.
  5. Ok I will do that for sure. We have plenty of guys that like to push the pedal to the floor rolling down the road. Somehow the clutch brake tabs haven’t broken yet. Not sure how. I did grease both sides of the brake too.
  6. Awesome information, thanks again you guys. I have heard so many different ways of doing this. I am going to give your way a shot sounds good to me! I’ll let you know how I make out with it. 🤞🏻👍🏻
  7. Thanks a lot! I just wanted to ask before getting to far into it. Just got the flywheel back from machine shop. Trans is rebuilt and new clutch is ready to go in. We are doing away with the hose (Vogel system) as it wasn’t working properly and the hose was also cut. The new bearing has 3 grease fittings on it. I was also curious how to measure the gap between release fork wear pads and bearing. I have some “tools” for it but it seems to be very difficult with the Mack’s fork being “upside down”.
  8. Also how are you guys measuring release bearing yoke gap with the release yoke upside down? The 1/8th measurement.
  9. Hi, I didn’t take notice to the bearing orientation when the clutch was removed. First time doing a clutch on one of these and couldn’t find info on it. To save me time tomorrow and looking at another truck I was curious if someone could guide me in the right direction. Does the round side face down or the flat side? As usual all your help is greatly appreciated.
  10. Does anyone happen to know the minimum flywheel thickness for a 2002 RD688s with a Eaton Fuller 8LL/15inch clutch?
  11. All great ideas from joey, if you wanted to go a step further if you don’t have any shaft play you could remove the charger and see if you have oil before the turbo. Like in the exhaust manifold throat. Let us know what you find.
  12. Seal/bearing most likely. Take the down pipe off and inspect the inside for oil. If so replace the turbo before you have a bigger/more expensive mess.
  13. Yup the Vocom 2 is the driver and tech tool is the software that is used with it. Highly recommend it. Plus you will have access to customer truck portal. Which gives you all the service information for your trucks and also a ton of online classes and also soo much more.
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