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unsytled g connecting rod?

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mowerman96

06-13-2018 19:39:01




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I'm restoring a early unstyled G with the F5R connecting rod...Is there a way to use the F1047R rod and updated it to the inserted brg. style and use later pistons also and use the F48R block ? Has anyone out there done this? Thanks for any advise ...TR




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mowerman96

06-14-2018 20:25:34




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 Re: unsytled g connecting rod? in reply to mowerman96, 06-13-2018 19:39:01  
The engine threw a rod due to over heating and destroyed the block and piston. I was told by the former owner... So I'm having to start over anyway ...id rather update it if its possible...TR



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Lynerd

06-14-2018 18:36:28




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 Re: unsytled g connecting rod? in reply to mowerman96, 06-13-2018 19:39:01  
TR If the F5R rods and the crank are not in too bad of shape you can reuse them by taking out shims. Can get by with a few thousands wear if the babbit is in good shape. Installing the inserted rods probably have to have the crank turned but they will work. Using later model kerosene pistons will lower the compression unless they are the gasoline pistons. Later pistons have a dish where unstyled are flat top. Lynn

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430wlpg

06-14-2018 10:41:54




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 Re: unsytled g connecting rod? in reply to mowerman96, 06-13-2018 19:39:01  
Yes works need to measure crank , might have to be turned for good fit



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