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JZS161 Aristo TT
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You may want to have the crank checked and balanced as well... So you dont have to do this again. When you have a rod knock, things dont like to stay round under those conditions. just putting new bearings in will only "band-aid" the problem.

Take it all apart and have it done right.

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Take the engine out its a POS to do rod beaing in place whole sub frame comes out to make this happen if the crank is scratched then you need to remove engine anyway hours of work to refit sub frame to then pull the engine ohnoes: :chairshot

Pull the engine find out why your bearings failed then put happy engine back in the hole :run:

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PS you can replace all the crank bearings without touching the head just do this with engine upside down
 
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