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Are the bearings in these units sealed? Ie not greasable? Mine getting pretty dry sounding and I dont see any zerks. Also, just how do these come apart to replace the bearings? Anyone perform that surgury before? This is a mid 80's RBT type;)

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The one I took apart did not have any way of greasing them .The bearing and shaft are one piece. I ended up making a new shaft and used common bearings.Do not know what the number they were. Bob

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