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Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch
Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch

Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch

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Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch
Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch
Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch
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Green Plastigauge for Bearing Clearance, .001-.003 Inch
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Place a piece of this thread on a rod or main journal, torque cap in place, remove cap and by using the included chart, you know what your bearing clearance is. You should have one of each when assembling your engine. 

 

915-1004 Instructions

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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