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A-C G bearings

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Chris Prange

07-05-2010 04:15:51




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I am about to overhaul a little continental N-62 and am looking for parts availability. I cant find camshaft bearings anywhere, and an Allis dealer told me that the Continental engine did not use cam bearings. Can anyone confirm. I dont want to get into it and not be able to find parts. It looks like everything else is available.
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lafarm

07-05-2010 10:42:36




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 Re: A-C G bearings in reply to Chris Prange, 07-05-2010 04:15:51  
As Eltoro said that engine doesn't use cam bearings



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El Toro

07-05-2010 06:05:01




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 Re: A-C G bearings in reply to Chris Prange, 07-05-2010 04:15:51  
The block was probably accurately bored for the cam. Farmall did this on their A's B's & C's block and on the Super A's & C's. Your local auto machine shop can probably get any parts you need. You should have them to check the block for cylinder wear and the crankshaft too. They can get new pistons & bearings. I would have them do the valves. Hal



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Jeff Z.

07-05-2010 05:36:23




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 Re: A-C G bearings in reply to Chris Prange, 07-05-2010 04:15:51  
I never rebuilt one of those engines but the parts book is not showing any cam bearings.



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