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Old 01-22-2013, 03:26 AM   #1
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Need part number for Clevite 77 Main and Rod Bearings

I cant seem to find a part number for these...
Clevite 77 Main and Rod Bearings...STD size for a 85 22RE

also need a recommendation on the best piston rings and the part number

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Old 01-22-2013, 08:15 PM   #2
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I cant seem to find a part number for these...
Clevite 77 Main and Rod Bearings...STD size for a 85 22RE

also need a recommendation on the best piston rings and the part number

thanks
clevite part #'s for 22re (found thru google).
main bearings= TW-463S
rod bearings= CB-1218P

Piston rings. NPR reference number is SWT-10103. And as far as I know piston rings have to be ordered after you determine the exact piston width. But dont quote me. Im not a pro.

Rod and main bearing set on e-bay= http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rod-Main-Bea...-/290420995620

Best I could find on google for you.
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clevite part #'s for 22re (found thru google).
main bearings= TW-463S
rod bearings= CB-1218P

Piston rings. NPR reference number is SWT-10103. And as far as I know piston rings have to be ordered after you determine the exact piston width. But dont quote me. Im not a pro.

Rod and main bearing set on e-bay= http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rod-Main-Bea...-/290420995620

Best I could find on google for you.
thanks!

TW-463S is for thrust bearings though?

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Old 01-23-2013, 06:06 AM   #4
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Took me less than 2 minutes to find the part numbers on MAHLEClevite.com.

CB-1218P is for standard size connecting rod bearings
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MS-1590P is for standard size main bearings
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TW-463S is for standard size thrust washers(bearings)
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Took me less than 2 minutes to find the part numbers on MAHLEClevite.com.

CB-1218P is for standard size connecting rod bearings
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MS-1590P is for standard size main bearings
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TW-463S is for standard size thrust washers(bearings)
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Thanks Mudhippy

i got 1 more question for you if you dont mind, which rings would you recommend? pistons are stock, so is the block, it just going to be a quick hone with a drill bit as stock crosshatch is still on there.
I was planning on going with Total seal gapless but i would love to hear your opinion. I also noticed in one of your post you have said not to even bother checking the ring gap, i was hoping you could expend on that a little. Thanks!
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Checking ring gap is just unnecessary in most cases(especially stock). If the bores/cylinders have been sized correctly, then the rings that are the corresponding size will already be correctly gapped(within factory specifications) right out of the box. This is because piston rings are manufactured under extremely tight tolerances to be exactly the size they're supposed to be. And because piston ring gap specs are fairly standardized in the industry(nearly the same for all makes).
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Checking ring gap is just unnecessary in most cases(especially stock). If the bores/cylinders have been sized correctly, then the rings that are the corresponding size will already be correctly gapped(within factory specifications) right out of the box. This is because piston rings are manufactured under extremely tight tolerances to be exactly the size they're supposed to be. And because piston ring gap specs are fairly standardized in the industry(nearly the same for all makes).
which bearings would you recommend?

ACL / KING/ Clevite 77 ?

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