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May 23rd, 2014, 01:09 AM   #71
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I have husaberg FE 550 2007 and Im looking for informations.

On husaberg site I found service manual for 2005-2007:
HUSABERG Pure Enduro - Older Documents
but when I open this file Its manual for 2004-2005.

I need informations which washer I need do put on crankshaft between balancer and bearing. In older berg service manual say it must be 0,2mm, but in older berg was other balancer with 2 bearings, in 2007 balancer have one bearing and in parts manual there is three washers to choose 0,10, 0,20, 0,30mm.

Or maybe someone have service manual to bergs 2007?

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hi Delta

sorry about that I wrote a reply but now i see it is not showing up in "sent"

I have used the service manual for 04-05 which appears to be the same as the one you found and also for 04 as listed in here to work on my 08 650

my 2008 650 and 2006 550 i have use 0.2mm thick washers, I don't think that it matters which bearing you have as long as there is some clearance between the counterbalancer and the inner race of the NJ206 mainbearing.

that is: just make sure the counterbalancer and bearings can't make contact with anything ... try the 0.2mm shim that's what I found installed in my 08.


2004 Husaberg - Owners Manual, Repair Manual, Spare Parts Manual

2005 is the same

http://husaberg.org/attachments/serv...005_repair.pdf

2005 from a link found by Sgomes, thanks Steve!

Press the inner ball bearing (1) on the balance weight
(2) onto the crankshaft with a suitable pipe
– Only press on the inner ring. Press on the balance
weight with the outer ball bearing (3) – only press on
the inner ring.
– Slide the spacing washer (4) {or 81 above} (0.2 mm) onto the
crankshaft.

– Heat the special tool 584.29.037.037 with the new
bearing inner ring (5) on a hotplate to approx. 150 C
and immediately slide onto the crankshaft (see page D4).
– Strike on the inner ring with a suitable pipe and allow
to cool.
CAUTION: never clamp the crankshaft with the
crankshaft journal and strike on the inner ring
since this will press the crankshaft webs
together and the crankshaft can no longer be
used.
– Turn the crankshaft over and slide both spacing
washers (6) (0.1 and 0.15 mm) onto the crankshaft.
– Mount a new inner ring of the other crankshaft bearing
(7) as described above.
– Measure the axial clearance of the crankshaft after you
replace the inner rings.
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Ok, I understand, thank You very much Bush.
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Bored 4mm deeper for NJ 2206.

Support plate added.


Crank pin will be laser welded to flywheel he can penetrate 3mm deep + 1mm chamfer. 4mm total weld.

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awesome Spanner!

my cases are in the mill
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boring cases to take bigger mains in a sleeve, thought I should do that first to check where the crank/flywheel is really going to end up for the new ignition cover

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Hi Bushie

What diameter do you bore the case out to?

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this is what the ignition side is supposed to measure after machining

will do more pics with the details later

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drive side



drilling oil pressure gallery to the drive main







the old cases don't have the drip feed to the RHS main so I drilled one, will make a dam to catch more oil



decide to install a second piston



sleeves



RHS main bore with sleeve



LHS main with 1mm diam jet



3.5 thou interference fit between the cases and the sleeves

need to go back in the mill and be final sized to a 2 thou interference fit with the bearings.

also re machining the oil pump cavity to take the 15mm wide ktm atv rotor
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