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I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so they will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use.

US $55.00
US $48.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  When having a crank ground for undersize bearings, always insist that the machine shop first bolt the bearings into the block and measure the inside diameter to determine the correct size for the finished crank journal based on desired clearance.

According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so if your crank is already ground for undersize bearings you may find that the King's will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use. 

US $55.00
US $48.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  When having a crank ground for undersize bearings, always insist that the machine shop first bolt the bearings into the block and measure the inside diameter to determine the correct size for the finished crank journal based on desired clearance.

According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so if your crank is already ground for undersize bearings you may find that the King's will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use. 

US $55.00
US $48.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  When having a crank ground for undersize bearings, always insist that the machine shop first bolt the bearings into the block and measure the inside diameter to determine the correct size for the finished crank journal based on desired clearance.

According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so if your crank is already ground for undersize bearings you may find that the King's will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use. 

US $55.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so they will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use.

US $57.00
US $55.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  When having a crank ground for undersize bearings, always insist that the machine shop first bolt the bearings into the rod and measure the inside diameter to determine the correct size for the finished crank journal based on desired clearance.

According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so if your crank is already ground for undersize bearings you may find that the King's will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use. 

US $57.00
US $55.00

I believe these King Tri-Metal bearings to be the best bearings available for our engines.  As with any bearing, it is important that proper clearances are achieved.  The factory had a tolerance range for the bearing housing bore as well as for the crankshaft journal so clearances can vary slightly even when everything is within factory spec.  When having a crank ground for undersize bearings, always insist that the machine shop first bolt the bearings into the rod and measure the inside diameter to determine the correct size for the finished crank journal based on desired clearance.

According to my measurements, the King Tri-Metal bearings have a slightly thinner wall that the AE/Glyco bearings so if your crank is already ground for undersize bearings you may find that the King's will result in slightly greater clearance.  While this is generally desirable in a race engine, depending on the tolerances in the engine, it may result in greater clearance than desired for street use. 

US $57.00
US $55.00
US $57.00

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The thrust washers in the TR6 engine are known to be a weak point so it is a good idea to upgrade them while you have the engine apart. These heavy duty, solid bronze alloy thrust washers offer more surface area and a better wear material than the standard plated steel thrust washers. They may be used front and rear but are most needed in the rear to handle the pressure from the clutch release.

US $30.00

The thrust washers in the TR6 engine are known to be a weak point so it is a good idea to upgrade them while you have the engine apart. These heavy duty, solid bronze alloy thrust washers offer more surface area and a better wear material than the standard plated steel thrust washers. They may be used front and rear but are most needed in the rear to handle the pressure from the clutch release.

US $30.00

The thrust washers in the TR6 engine are known to be a weak point so it is a good idea to upgrade them while you have the engine apart. These heavy duty, solid bronze alloy thrust washers offer more surface area and a better wear material than the standard plated steel thrust washers. They may be used front and rear but are most needed in the rear to handle the pressure from the clutch release.

US $30.00

The thrust washers in the TR6 engine are known to be a weak point so it is a good idea to upgrade them while you have the engine apart. These heavy duty, solid bronze alloy thrust washers offer more surface area and a better wear material than the standard plated steel thrust washers. They may be used front and rear but are most needed in the rear to handle the pressure from the clutch release.

US $30.00

The thrust washers in the TR6 engine are known to be a weak point so it is a good idea to upgrade them while you have the engine apart. These heavy duty, solid bronze alloy thrust washers offer more surface area and a better wear material than the standard plated steel thrust washers. They may be used front and rear but are most needed in the rear to handle the pressure from the clutch release.

US $50.00

Cam bearings were not fitted to the TR6 block. Machining is required to install cam bearings

US $50.00
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