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 Post subject: Bearing Check
 Post Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 7:01 pm 
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Camaro was OK and it's back together now. Studebaker is a different story though as I pulled #1 main cap and found copper and smear metal. So, I guess that one will need a little more work. If one of the two had to be horked up I guess that one would be the one I'd prefer. The crank looks OK but I'm not real keen on replacing bearings with it in the car. Not saying I won't, just that it's not my preferred method. Been kinda looking for an excuse to put that POS engine back in it anyway so maybe now the time.

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