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Old 11-30-2012, 01:11 PM
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got crank ground but what size?

The mains measure from 2.631-2.636 and the rod 2.095-2.104.
The rods seem std but are they?and the mains seem to be. 020?

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how is that even possible? find a good crank grinder and get over there.check the side to side,make sure its ok
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Re check your measurements.
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What would measurements be if the rod journal was turned. 010 and the main turned. 020 and 030?
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Ok had it checked.mins are 2.633 on all mains and rods are 2.087 on all.
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What are you using to measure Them?
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What are you using to measure Them?
Digital caliper with points
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std is 2.0990 / 2.1000 & 2.6484 / 2.6493, 5th journal is 2.6479 / 2.6488
So your crank is 010 / 010 If you question the caliper have the grinder or shop mic it for you.
As said before your grinder or shop should have supplied the correct bearing set.
When reassembling you can check it with this.
Plastigauge - Plastic Precision Clearance Gauges
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std is 2.0990 / 2.1000 & 2.6484 / 2.6493, 5th journal is 2.6479 / 2.6488
So your crank is 010 / 010 If you question the caliper have the grinder or shop mic it for you.
As said before your grinder or shop should have supplied the correct bearing set.
When reassembling you can check it with this.
Plastigauge - Plastic Precision Clearance Gauges
So ur saying my crank is. 010 on rod and main journal
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Std main is 2.650 And mine measure 2.633 so its. 020
Std rod is 2.100 and mine measure 2.095-2.104 so its std.
Am i right about this
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