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What do you need to know about replacing the rod bearings?

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

  • Richard Haffner
    Richard Haffner Dec 03, 2012

    Once there is knocking, is it a waste of time and money trying to replace bearings?

  • Sean Wright
    Sean Wright Dec 03, 2012

    to determine that someone would have to tear the motor done and do some measurements....nothing is not fixable

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