1. Justin Danger

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    yeah, just the knuckle pin connecting the "conrod" to the piston. It spun freely in the piston, but was solid in the rod. It rotated freely, so I assumed it would function alright. Bearings were indexed with their journals into the rods, and torqued to spec onto the crankshaft.

    It is frustrating, but every bit of progress is progress none the less, so I shall take it. Cheers for all the tips Liguidhandwash
     
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    While I have Betsy up on jacks, and not running, I decided to finally get around to replacing the spider bearings on my driveshaft. I have had the bearings sitting in a box since my first truck, and now have the time and inspiration to install em.
     
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    Is that my rattle????
     
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    ah, yes. I have pored over those pages quite a bit. Super helpful info.
     

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