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Post  werneil on October 1st 2012, 9:00 am

started to put the crank in our ELIMINATOR block 604 , first we had to remove machining flash??? from the main bearing tang slots and from the rear crank seal recess before even fitting bearings and seals. nothing like finishing of someones CRAP machining ??? has anybody else had this problem P.S. i,m in australia Sad

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Re: crank tunnel machining

Post  dfree383 on October 1st 2012, 9:08 am

Typicaly they will require a line hone to get the tolerances right, have you line honed it?

The vast majority of aftermarket blocks require final machine work and some detailing, its normal, they typicaly are not plug and play Jr. league parts.
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Re: crank tunnel machining

Post  DanH on October 2nd 2012, 10:27 pm

werneil wrote:started to put the crank in our ELIMINATOR block 604 , first we had to remove machining flash??? from the main bearing tang slots and from the rear crank seal recess before even fitting bearings and seals. nothing like finishing of someones CRAP machining ??? has anybody else had this problem P.S. i,m in australia Sad

this is old news , when you post it again for the 3rd time , will really old news

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