I got my crank and rod back from the machine shop. I am very excited. I should start on the assembly today.
Well, what I am doing here is combining two blown up engines. I had one that I spun a bearing on, also ruining the rod, and one that broke a piston. So, I had the bad piston pressed off of a bad rod, and a good piston pressed off of a bad rod to make one good piston and one good rod. The other 3 from the spun bearing engine were all in fine shape.EscorGo said:I guess I missed the story...why only one connecting rod?