Posted by Cockbird_Hunter on December 21, 2012 at 06:52:12 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: H main bearings posted by Mike(NEOhio) on December 20, 2012 at 18:41:46:
To remove the pressed-in RH (Blind) main bearing, I have scored & cut through the bearing with a Sawzall metal blade being careful not cutting into the bearing housing.
I sent my rods to Paul's Rod & Bearing (Russ Schworer 816-587-4747) for rebabbitting.
For the mains, I ordered new press in bearings from Sharp's Antique Tractor Works In MO.
I then had my local auto machine shop turn the crank main & rod journals then machine the rod & main bearings to 0.002" > the machined crank rod/main journal dimensions....It's a little tricky with the right hand bearing being blind...
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