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Old 02-03-2009
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Angry crank question

I just recieved my crank back from getting new bearings installed. When I went to place it into the crank case, the little aligning pin on the outer race of one of the bearings does not line up with the hole in the case. It is out about 1/2 of the pin width from slipping in. Is this a problem that can be fixed by myself or should I send it back.
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I for sure would talk to the guy, does it look like you have room to move the bearing a 1/2 inch? or does the bearing need to be flipped over?
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just checked a little further into the above problem. It almost looks like the pto side connecting rod and counter weights (don't know if that is the proper term) are not centered in the hole in the crank case. It looks like if I could move them over a bit to the mag side this would solve the problem. Is this a good idea? Could it be done with out sending it back?
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madcow,
the bearing is installed the right way, it just needs to be moved over to the mag side about 1/16th of an inch and it would fit.And it looks like there is room to move it.

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the rods better be centered in the hole unless you have cylinders that are bored off center.ha!
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Now this is on the pto side cylender with the crank installed in the bottom half of the crank case. On the pto side of the crank web (counterweight ?)I have a measurement of .047" to the edge of the case and on the mag side of the web (counterweight ?) I have .096" to the other edge of the case. I hope this makes sence. If it was moved over to make the measurements equal then the problem would be solved.

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btw madcow I love your picture. Thats hillarious
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Problem solved.
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