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WD Cranks and Shims

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Jay Glover

04-20-1999 21:14:57




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Resently tore into a WD and found the crank in poor condition, Purchased a good standard crank and installed it. Found the rods to be at only .001 clearance. latter was told that I needed a fifty dollar shim kit. The motor did not have any shims when I tore it down. Is there any way I can get around the shims or do I just have to suck it up.




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jason

04-21-1999 03:43:15




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 Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to Jay Glover, 04-20-1999 21:14:57  
you could try using plastguage. if it is to tight you will have to use shims. some of the one i rebuilt we had the rods machined so you didn't need shims. but if there is nothing awrong with your rods the shim kit is going to be cheaper.



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cory

04-23-1999 19:58:27




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 Re: Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to jason, 04-21-1999 03:43:15  

learn how to spell dip shit



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DIP SHIT

04-23-1999 20:00:25




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 Re: Re: Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to cory, 04-23-1999 19:58:27  

FUCK U ASSHOLE



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Ted Buisker

04-25-1999 16:39:27




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to DIP SHIT, 04-23-1999 20:00:25  
Now boys, this is neither the time or place for that kind of attitude. Both of you go straight to your rooms and don't come out until you can be civil to one another. Grandpa TED.



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Jay Glover

04-21-1999 19:47:12




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 Re: Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to jason, 04-21-1999 03:43:15  
Thanks for the tip Jason. I used plasticgage, and found the clearance to be to little. I guess I will have to go to the shims. I have a chance to purchase a WD 45 motor, Its been in the fence row for a long time. The rocker Arm has a strange shield on it that is not on my WD. That what makes me think it is a 45. Only $150.00.



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Jay Glover

04-22-1999 20:54:11




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD Cranks and Shims in reply to Dan D., 04-22-1999 04:59:07  

Thanks for the tip, Now I know I have a 45, just picked it up at a salvage yard, I dont know what kind of condition it is in but it is a start. I just wanted to get away from shiming the Rod caps, Had some bad experance with that. Thanks again.



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