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bushing or bearing?

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03-04-2018 16:14:28

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I have an 1850 gas that has a noise in the engine. maybe like a small clunk? or baby knock...or heavy tick. Is there a sure way to tell what is causing it? I held a screwdriver against my ear and I think its louder towards the top of the engine block on the right side farthest rear cylinder. Kinda hard to tell...lots of clicks and clunks in there. I was thinking wrist pin bushing...orrrr..... I dunno.

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03-05-2018 16:13:39

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 Re: bushing or bearing? in reply to mrashwood, 03-04-2018 16:14:28  
I didn't even think of it! I can do that. It's going to be a while before I could tear into it anyway. Is there a certain amount of hours it should be run before a sample? I just changed the oil in it.

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J. Schwiebert

03-05-2018 06:24:36

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 Re: bushing or bearing? in reply to mrashwood, 03-04-2018 16:14:28  
Why not take an oil sample and have it sent in to see if there are high levels of metal contamination in the oil?

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03-04-2018 16:43:07

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 Re: bushing or bearing? in reply to mrashwood, 03-04-2018 16:14:28  
Well...I guess if it's either the bushing or the bearing it won't go away without taking it apart. I'll check the valves, maybe I'll get lucky. Thanks for the reply.

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03-04-2018 16:30:28

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 Re: bushing or bearing? in reply to mrashwood, 03-04-2018 16:14:28  
[quote="mrashwood"](reply to post at 20:14:28 03/04/18) [/quote

I would check the valve lash for proper adjustment first. If that's not the problem I would tear it down before it blows!!

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