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Crank bearings

Post by RAB on Wed Oct 07 2009, 03:39

The crank bearings in my wolseley look ok, but is it worth me changing them while ive got the flyweels off.
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Post by JONESEY on Wed Oct 07 2009, 08:51

Was there any play in them are they nice and smoth running if the answer is yes to both .
Then No you will be wasting your money, you will never be working the engine like it was built for Laughing
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no play

Post by RAB on Wed Oct 07 2009, 11:30

so all good . cool cheers
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Post by Guest on Wed Oct 07 2009, 13:01

Yep, as Chris Says, if vertical float is minimal (the maximum allowable tolerance will be in the manual) then leave well alone, sideplay as in (in and out) is corrected in most engines with shims, and i dont think your engine will be any exception.

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