Having six to eight ten thousands of an inch is more like it, this is still on the high side for a stock component but totally in line with an aftermarket high performance piece. The aftermarket stuff if typically a little tighter because of the greater abuse it will see. You could polish a little off your crank snout until it became a tap fit or size for size (0.000 interference) I have rarely seen any reason to have them an interference fit.
Or you could just send back your balancer as the bore is a little on the small size or you could warm it up in your oven at 250 F and then slip it on?! She'll fit with a little heat.
[ June 12, 2002: Message edited by: 4 Jaw Chuck ]</p>
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