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Big end bearings

I need bigend bearings and rang the shop they said what color are they ..how do i find out what color they are?

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Shop manual will have lower end overhaul in engine section. Your looking for plain bearing set up. Which uses Plasti guage method of color and crush width to determine correct bearing size.

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I think honda only sells the complete crank as you have been told.
An expert engine machinist may be able to dissasemble the crank rebuild the journals, grind, source oversize\undersize bearings, refit bearings, reassemble and balance, but the time and cost would be more than a crank.
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How much work is there and how much for a bottom end bearing.to be done ..any one no pls


The connecting rod bearing is inaccessible without disassembling the crankshaft halves. This is strictly a job for the shop having a two ton hydraulic press. I think you are actually referring to the crankshaft end bearings. Either way, the job doesn't get much bigger >
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  • The flywheel and stator come off as does the entire clutch and kick-starter. The shift shaft gets removed as well.
  • The center case gets split then all the gears and shift drum and shift forks come out.
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  • Install new bearings and seals and also a new sprocket shaft left bearing and seal. A new shift shaft seal would be good also.
  • Now take the remaining 100 parts and just put them back the way they were. Experience is desirable at this point.
Don't even think of doing the repair without a factory service manual. You will need a case splitter, impact driver, flywheel puller, gear puller and a torque wrench to do the job properly. Personally I encourage you to do it > but not without a clean work area and bench, the proper tools and a service manual. Check with the dealer as to what they would charge to replace the crank end bearings. Probably $900 to $1100. You can buy the tools and do the job yourself for about $250. Now I want to emphasize that you ARE mechanically inclined, RIGHT?

Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part and/or the notation "Not Available" is in the description, the part is not in stock. www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

Click on the following tabs > CLUTCH, CRANKCASE, CRANKSHAFT / PISTON, CYLINDER HEAD / CYLINDER, TRANSMISSION, and also GEAR CHANGE MECHANISM and GEAR CHANGE DRUM/SHIFT FORKS. This will give you an idea of what you are getting into. The best case is you fixed it cheap and now have tools and experience as well. The worst case is you now have tools, a box of parts to take to the dealer and experience.

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