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End-Float On The Crank

Hey dose anyone know how much end-float on the crank is o.k. i have .010 on mine i would think that with new thrust bearings it would be o.k
But i just want to make sure first

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Re: End-Float On The Crank

That's fine.
Standard should be approx 0.004" - 0.008", with a limit of 0.011".

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Re: End-Float On The Crank

so just a set of rings and bearings should do it then

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Re: End-Float On The Crank

P.S. All i did was let a m8 who wants to buy my ea 3.9 take it to melb to the footy and he cooked it at the lights so new head cam and lifters damn i dont want to sell it any more

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Re: End-Float On The Crank

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so just a set of rings and bearings should do it then
Thrust bearing should come with main bearings anyway, that should bring it pretty close to standard.

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Re: End-Float On The Crank

yep they do come with the main bearings .......... other then that i just need a bit of linsh tape as when i drained the oil there was 32 lts that come out of the sump DAMN it made a good mess and scowered the crank a little bit

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