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Re: b-125 crank kit

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tim lockey

12-10-2013 19:38:15

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Thanks for helping me understand this Dick L checked w/ plastigage, way too tight, crank wont rotate, this with STD as new crank, and STD bearings. Where can i order the correct shims for both mains and rods? No AC dealers left in eastern NC. Thanks

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12-12-2013 18:55:41

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 Re: b-125 crank kit in reply to tim lockey, 12-10-2013 19:38:15  
If the crank was "standard" and the bearings are "standard", then you will need about .006 inch of shims on each bolt. They sell .002 shims ( x 3) or like DIck said, you can cut you own. I have a brass sheet .002 thick and have made several. The shim goes around the bolt, but dont get it caught under the edge of the bearing.

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Dick L

12-11-2013 10:13:38

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 Re: b-125 crank kit in reply to tim lockey, 12-10-2013 19:38:15  
You can get them from Sandy Lake Implement and you might get them from this site. I cut my own from shim stock. Some cut them from pop cans.
The shim packs you get from a dealer would be easier for someone that has not done this before.

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