Posted by Owen Aaland on December 05, 2012 at 12:02:30 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: 3 cyl vs 4 cyl? posted by dhermesc on December 05, 2012 at 11:28:51:
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Only the first few years used poured babbit bearings like the the 216 did. From 1955 on all the 235 engines had precision bearing inserts. The insert type bearings were also babbit but only a couple thousands of in inch thick. There superiority comes from the steel backing. The 261 engines didn't last so long in many of those trucks either but then running them at 4400 rpm at 55 mph could have been part of the problem.
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