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Knocking from engine poss big end is it cheaper to rebuild or replace

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Sorry its not any cheeper either way

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Hi Nick, that's not a lot of information to go on.
My best guess is that if the sound is a thud/knock low in the engine under load you may have at least one worn big end bearing, particularly if this motor is either high mileage or has a poor service and use history.
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