You shouldn"t have to fit the rings. They come pregapped. Check the clearances on them yes, but you shouldn"t have to file them unless the clearances are off. Check the back of the rod and main bearings to see if the crank has been ground already. The oversize on the bearing will be stamped into them, if there are oversize. The book will give you tolerances on the rod and main journals on the crank, measure the crank with some calipers if it is within spec reinstall it with new bearings. If not either send it off to be reground or buy one already turned with the matching bearings. Then install your sleeves, rods and pistons. Then set the end play on the crank. It"s really not as difficult as it seems, take lots of pictures as you tear it down, ask all the questions you want because there are people on here who will help you and try to walk you thru it. Keep everything clean and have patience.
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