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acd17toy

10-13-2002 17:33:09




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I am putting new rod bearings in my WC. had the crank checked and polished got the bearings from the same guy, all are 20 over. three of the bearings checked out at 002. the last one is giving me fits have put in 3 shims and do not seem to be getting any closer to 002". I am using shim stock and do not know how thick it is. Question has anyone gotten shims for the rod caps from a Agco dealer lately?

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Denny

10-15-2002 13:31:29




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 Re: help in reply to acd17toy, 10-13-2002 17:33:09  
I guess shims are shims. I've always had enough that I didn't need any more. I think you can use the old ones as a template and make new ones out of 0.001 brass shim stock using a sharp scissors to cut them. If you make them, inspect them carefully for flash or fold overs that can cause a problem.



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