Glock Spring Loaded Bearing #13

 

 

 

Guns: Glock Spring Loaded Bearing

Glock Spring Loaded Bearing installed into slide of a Glock 19.

 

Glock Spring Loaded Bearing #13

 

 

What Is A Glock Spring Loaded Bearing?

 
The Glock Spring Loaded Bearing is a small rod shaped bearing that is installed in one end of the extractor depressor plunger spring. It keeps the spring alligned and gives the spring something to push against.  

Removal/Installation Instructions

Upgrades & Enhancements

To remove the Glock Spring Loaded Bearing you must first field strip the gun, disassemble the slide, then remove the Glock Spring Loaded Bearing assembly. Procedures for performing those tasks are..
 
  1. Glock Field Strip Instructions

  2. Glock Slide Disassembly & Cleaning

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Maintenance

Replacement Interval

The Glock Spring Loaded Bearing should require no maintenance other than periodic cleaning and inspection. Inspect and clean every 5,000 rounds (or best judgement). Do not lubricate the Glock Spring Loaded Bearing. The Glock Spring Loaded Bearing should last the life of the gun and should never need to be replaced.

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  1. Glock Parts Exploded View Diagram
  2. Glock Slide Disassembly
     

Glock Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring Glock Spring-Loaded Bearing Glock Extractor Depressor Plunger Assembly 

Item #11 is the Glock Spring Loaded Bearing. For more information about the Glock Spring Loaded Bearing see Glock Parts Exploded View Diagram.