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id recommend taking it out..also you cant just replace one rod bearing...you will need to replace all of them,,and then that means you will need to replace the rod bolts,you will need to rehone the cylinder walls and then get new rings,because its not good to use old rings

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If a bearing is bad, the crank is bad. You'll need a crank, a rod, and a bearing. Since the rod will be used you'll need to have it resized when installing new rod bolts. Since you're buying new rods bolts, you should do all the rods. Since you're having to pull the engine apart, you'll need at the minimum to have it honed and put new rings in it. Bored + oversized pistons would be better to freshen it up.

 

See cheaper to buy a good used block than fix your problem for more info.

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