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According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal main bearing shells average .0007" thinner than spec.  If your crank journals and housing bores are at spec size, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0014" greater than original spec.  I will keep them listed for sale for those who want the Tri-Metal type bearing but be aware that it may be necessary to re-size the housing bores to slightly under nominal spec to get proper oil clearance with these bearings.

The AE/Glyco main bearings measure at spec so they should provide proper oil clearance if the crank journal and housing bore are at original spec.

US $59.00
US $55.00

According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal main bearing shells average .0007" thinner than spec.  If your crank is already ground to exactly .010" under original spec and the housing bores are at spec, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0014" greater than original spec.  If you are grinding the crank it is always best to check the fitted bearing size first then grind the crank for the desired clearance. 

The AE/Glyco main bearings measure at spec so if your crank is already ground .010" under it may be better to go with the AE/Glyco for correct clearance.

US $59.00
US $55.00

According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal main bearing shells average .0007" thinner than spec.  If your crank is already ground to exactly .020" under original spec and the housing bores are at spec, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0014" greater than original spec.  If you are grinding the crank it is always best to check the fitted bearing size first then grind the crank for the desired clearance.

The AE/Glyco main bearings measure at spec so if your crank is already ground .020" under it may be better to go with the AE/Glyco for correct clearance.

US $59.00
US $55.00

According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal rod bearing shells average .0004" thinner than spec.  If your crank journals and housing bores are at spec size, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0008" greater than original spec.  I will keep them listed for sale for those who want the Tri-Metal type bearing but be aware that it may be necessary to re-size the con rod housing bores to slightly under nominal spec to get proper oil clearance with these bearings.

The AE/Glyco rod bearings measure very close to spec so they should provide proper oil clearance if the crank journal and housing bore are at original spec.

US $65.00
US $63.00

According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal rod bearing shells average .0004" thinner than spec.  If your crank is already ground to exactly .010" under original spec and the housing bores are at spec, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0008" greater than original spec.  If you are grinding the crank it is always best to check the fitted bearing size first then grind the crank for the desired clearance.

The AE/Glyco main bearings measure at spec so if your crank is already ground .010" under it may be better to go with the AE/Glyco for correct clearance.

US $65.00
US $63.00

According to my measurements the King Tri-Metal rod bearing shells average .0004" thinner than spec.  If your crank is already ground to exactly .020" under original spec and the housing bores are at spec, this will theoretically result in bearing clearance of about .0008" greater than original spec.  If you are grinding the crank it is always best to check the fitted bearing size first then grind the crank for the desired clearance.

The AE/Glyco rod bearings measure at spec so if your crank is already ground .020" under it may be better to go with the AE/Glyco for correct clearance.

US $65.00

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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 $60.00
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