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Re: 310 oliver turbo diesel

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88 Diesel

01-27-2014 05:28:07

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I don't know how fast you are going to spin it, but you can upgrade the originals to 12-point bolts and one piece wrist pin bushing for more durability.

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Lynn Willison

01-27-2014 17:25:22

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 Re: 310 oliver turbo diesel in reply to 88 Diesel, 01-27-2014 05:28:07  
I already have had the one piece rod bushings installed and have the new 12 point bolts but am still worried about things breaking.Do the bolts also have to have washers on them or are there just bolts?

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88 Diesel

01-28-2014 05:43:40

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 Re: 310 oliver turbo diesel in reply to Lynn Willison, 01-27-2014 17:25:22  
Yes there are washers for the 12 point bolts

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01-27-2014 23:01:09

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 Re: 310 oliver turbo diesel in reply to Lynn Willison, 01-27-2014 17:25:22  
Lynn, have you heat treated, "hardened" your current rods yet? A set of 310 rods hardened, straightened, and using good rod bolts, will hold up to plenty of horsepower and abuse, if you have questions drop me a email.

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high octane

01-28-2014 09:06:35

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 Re: 310 oliver turbo diesel in reply to Larrry, 01-27-2014 23:01:09  
for what ive seen, the rod bolts are simply too long. the rod is a good design, but the bolts are a big problem. id take a rod cap, n counter sink the rod bolt holes, so you can use a shorter bolt and a better bolt. will clamp alot better and no long shank bolt that will flex and break, eventually.. good luck.

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