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Re: Connecting Rod Orientation
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Tony in Mass.
Umph. Pretend you don't know how to read? Let sleeping dogs lie?
7 years? and who knows how long it ran flawlessly before that?..since going back together all wrong?... but it obviously does the job. IF, big IF, it 'needed' to be turned around, I would remove the caps, with the piston at the highh point, then turn the crank putting that journal as far down as possible, and see if it can rotate in the sleeve, so that all the rod and cap numbers are facing the cam... But after all this time? Don't fix it if it ain't broke....
Someday in the distance future, when it needs a complete overhaul, be sure you follow the direction, till then....
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