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Oliver 88 main Bearings

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Old Bob

11-07-2012 15:28:33

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Crank in my Oliver 88 needs to be turned. It has a Waukesha (sp) engine. The specs for the mains were 2.625 when new. The mains need to be turned 40 thousandts. I have not been able to find any main bearings like this. Does any one know where I can get my hands on some of these??

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11-07-2012 20:26:08

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 Re: Oliver 88 main Bearings in reply to Old Bob, 11-07-2012 15:28:33  
Pauls in Mo. can rebabbit your old brg. shells. Then align bore to size they do good work. email if you need a phone number. Earl

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J. schwiebert

11-07-2012 18:11:16

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 Re: Oliver 88 main Bearings in reply to Old Bob, 11-07-2012 15:28:33  
Is this a gas or diesel 88? I don't think F-M or Clevite has produced 40 under bearings for at least 20 years. I just checked my 1991 Clevite bearing and they were not listed anymore. If you do find some remember you can run gas bearings on a diesel crank but not in a diesel engine.

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Old Bob

11-07-2012 18:46:28

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 Re: Oliver 88 main Bearings in reply to J. schwiebert, 11-07-2012 18:11:16  
This is a gas burner. Thanks

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High Octane

11-08-2012 06:14:20

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 Re: Oliver 88 main Bearings in reply to Old Bob, 11-07-2012 18:46:28  
id consider having the crankshaft ground under, n have the surfaces built back to standard. its not as expencive as you think.

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