|02-06-2011 03:42 PM|
|63chevy||ok that true|
|02-06-2011 03:37 PM|
|bigdog7373||The lobes have nothing to do with the bearings. They are very cheap and not hard to replace. Worth the time and money to prevent another failure.|
|02-06-2011 03:34 PM|
ya thats would make sence,the lobes on the cam really
arent that bad with measurement
|02-06-2011 03:25 PM|
|bigdog7373||Also, to add to what cole said, i would replace the cam bearings as well. Excessive clearances in the cam bearings causes low oil pressure and may have contributed to the main bearing failure.|
|02-06-2011 02:17 PM|
|63chevy||ok thxs for the reply|
|02-06-2011 02:16 PM|
I have went in and did just the bottom end without any problems. You will need to take the crank to a machine shop to make to call on it. Just go ahead and do rod's and mains and a new oil-pump while you are in there thats what i would do if everything checks out ok. JMO Someone else might say different, But i have done this more then once without any issues.
How many miles do you think the engine has on it ?
|02-06-2011 02:11 PM|
the main bearing ,the crank has .1000 lip on it, a machinist can grind
|02-06-2011 02:05 PM|
Are you talking about the rod or main bearings went out ?
|02-06-2011 02:00 PM|
i used a mircrom on the cam they all are the same size!!
is they anything else i need to concider
|02-06-2011 01:17 PM|
bearings went out....
i have a chevy 468 /9:1 comp/flat top pistons
and the bearings went out
i didn't run it much do you think it destroyed the cam??
there are not alot of metal shavings in the pan
look at cam had it for 1 year min driving on it.
some wear had roller rockers on it