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Old 03-26-2020, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Wondering what method people are using to determine correct rod bearing selection?
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Wondering what method people are using to determine correct rod bearing selection?
i keep all of the available bearing options in stock and just measure clearances for the one i need. unfortunately, i dont know of an easier way to do it.
in my epexerience, the majority of the time, the ones that came out of the original rods are usually the correct ones for the carrillo rods.
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Im wanting to replace Rod bearings on my engine. It already has Carrillo Rods installed. Is there any markings/way to tell which rod bearings are installed?
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Im wanting to replace Rod bearings on my engine. It already has Carrillo Rods installed. Is there any markings/way to tell which rod bearings are installed?
they have a colored marking on the backside, but it tends to not be there after some miles. maybe you'll get lucky and they will still have a little color left.
and remember, each one can be different so dont just check one and assume they're both the same bearing
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