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Re: NAA rear seal again-long

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04-05-2014 16:32:24

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OK, I have some new news. He had put new rod and crank bearings in it when he had the pan off to replace the subject seal. Crank is stamped .010 for both rods and mains and the bearing shells are stamped STD. I called him and he still had the old bearing shells so he looked at them and they were vaguely stamped .010 in barely readable ink. I don't have any Plastigage so I put a dial indicator on the crank with the main bearings torqued down and I got .012 up and down play in the crank. No need to explain any more about it. The owner is an old retired career Deere mechanic who has some age on him so when I called him to tell him about the bearings he admitted to having a red face. Jim

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04-06-2014 04:13:32

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 Re: NAA rear seal again-long in reply to fixerupper, 04-05-2014 16:32:24  
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Yes, you have to buy plenty of plasitgauge. I about went nuts determining what was what with my 9000 when I put new bearings in it. I think that it had blues on the mains and .020 on the rods.

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04-05-2014 17:20:36

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 Re: NAA rear seal again-long in reply to fixerupper, 04-05-2014 16:32:24  
at least you found them!

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