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Old 02-06-2012, 06:34 PM
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Iam looking for a one way bearing on the starter shaft. The manual states CN2263K as the part #. This come up as 'auto hub assembly' and sells for $25 , but all I need is the bearing.
This part is used in other century helis as well and I was wondering is someone can tell me where to get them?

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Are you referring to the one-way on the start wand that is attached to your starter, or the one-way in the center of the clutch inside the heli?
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:27 PM
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This is the one in the clutch.
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Old 02-09-2012, 09:48 AM
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This is the one in the clutch.
I do not think they offer that bearing on its own because it is a very hard hydraulic press fit into the clutch. I would suggest that you give Paul at Century and ask him if there is a replacement.

Mine has well over 100 starts on it and it is going strong. What are you using for a starter?
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:23 PM
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I think the starter was the problem, I never got the engine to start, I think it was running too slow.
Now I have build a much powerful gear starter which works flawless on a 50 CC engine.
With a new bearing I should be able to start it.
I should have the tools to change the bearing, I would give it a try before I buy a whole clutch.

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I think the starter was the problem, I never got the engine to start, I think it was running too slow.
Now I have build a much powerful gear starter which works flawless on a 50 CC engine.
With a new bearing I should be able to start it.
I should have the tools to change the bearing, I would give it a try before I buy a whole clutch.

A poor starter that turns too slowly, will certainly be hard on that bearing and damage it very quickly. Also if you are using a geared starter that "pounds" like osme do, you will find ythat also is hard on the bearing.

Unfortunately, due to the press fit, I do not think they sell the bearing on its own.
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Old 02-18-2012, 05:12 AM
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I found the bearing (HF0812), it was very easy to replace.
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I found the bearing (HF0812), it was very easy to replace.
Thanks for the info. Let us know how it holds up.
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you can punch the bearing out with a drift pin without hurting it at all. be careful how you install it back because it can go in backwards and it won;t grab in the right rotation. you'll have to turn it around. check first...........RON
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