Whew . There just may be enough oil splashed onto the sleeve to make it all work ok . The rod , and the caps have numbers on them . They should match up when you put the rod bolts in . If it has run this long without scuffing the sleeve , and piston , ?? I would let it stay . When I pull a motor , trans , etc. etc. , apart , I set things out in the order that I took them out . Rods , pistons , pushrods ,rocker arms , etc. , go back in the hole / loction that they came out of . I mark / prick punch flywheels , even take pictures . It saves having to do jobs over . good luck
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