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one piece wrist pin bushings

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cleon couey

06-30-2020 11:33:10




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I'm rebuilding my 1655 diesel for the second time. The first time I replaced the wrist pin bushings. Can these be reused or should I replace them again? By the way, the problem this time was a spun rod bearing. No evidence of problem with the one piece bushings.




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J. Schwiebert

06-30-2020 13:50:45




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 Re: one piece wrist pin bushings in reply to cleon couey, 06-30-2020 11:33:10  
Well you are getting a different set of sleeves & pistons so the pins will be different. Clearance is measured in tehth of a thousand. New bushings and have the rods reconditioned too and have them bored to length!.



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rustred

06-30-2020 11:57:14




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 Re: one piece wrist pin bushings in reply to cleon couey, 06-30-2020 11:33:10  
and what did you do that the rod brg. spun.?



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rustred

06-30-2020 11:51:25




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 Re: one piece wrist pin bushings in reply to cleon couey, 06-30-2020 11:33:10  
we are not there or have rod in hand so impossible to say. if your not sure have an experienced guy check them. any play whats so ever and they must be replaced.



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