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Throttle body shaft bearing number inside

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Throttle body shaft bearing number inside

Post by nicpaige » February 27th, 2015, 12:31 pm

For anyone interested the information for the bearings on the throttle body shaft at least for a 2001XJ are as follows.

Brand=INA
SCE67-PP-L271/STDE

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Re: Throttle body shaft bearing number inside

Post by SilverXJ » February 27th, 2015, 2:55 pm

Yes, also sold under other brands as JTT67

And don't get just a 'SCE 67'.. It needs to be 'SCE 67 PP'. 'PP' denotes the seal on both ends.

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Re: Throttle body shaft bearing number inside

Post by beiwulf » March 16th, 2015, 6:17 pm

thank you gents.
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Re: Throttle body shaft bearing number inside

Post by Jeep-Power » August 13th, 2018, 9:43 am

My OBD1 throttle body is needing a rebuild. being an employee of INA/Schaeffler, in their prototype bearing shop, I was proud to see our product. I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for discount on a set of these. As it turns out, there's no easy way to get a few bearings at a discount, even if you work for the company. However, my supervisor was quick to say he was the one who prototyped it ! :)

With that said, I figured you guys would like to see this; a photo of one of the demos, if not something close to it, amongst others we make here.

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