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DAB brand bearings??

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jim in north texas

01-06-2010 07:24:52

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I am attempting to partially rebuild a G-188D engine (in frame kit). I pulled the No. 2 piston and cracked sleeve. The rod bearing has the following stamped into the outer surface:
DAB 10-80A
DA 95
Does anyone know if these are std or oversized?

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jim in north texas

01-07-2010 04:56:19

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 Re: DAB brand bearings?? in reply to jim in north texas, 01-06-2010 07:24:52  
Thank you very much for the important info. I can now continue with more confidence.

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george md

01-06-2010 22:02:56

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 Re: DAB brand bearings?? in reply to jim in north texas, 01-06-2010 07:24:52  


Your # --A14458 should be A 144458 and it is a standard bearing. My guess is that they are original bearings . The dab label vanished from the market some years ago, the A numbers are case #'s

A144459 is .002 us A144460 is .010 A144451 is .020 A144462 is .030 undersize


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01-06-2010 11:10:22

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 Re: DAB brand bearings?? in reply to jim in north texas, 01-06-2010 07:24:52  
My experience is that if the back of the bearing is not marked .10.20.30 it is standard.You could mic the shaft to be sure.I believe the std.journal size is 2.062.

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El Toro

01-06-2010 10:27:56

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 Re: DAB brand bearings?? in reply to jim in north texas, 01-06-2010 07:24:52  
It may be .010" undersize. Measure the rod journal to see if its been ground undersize and if it has worn some more from use. You may need to pull the crankshaft. Your manual should have the rod journal size when new or call your local auto machine shop. Hal

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