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King XP-Series Main Bearings
King XP-Series Main Bearings

King XP-Series Main Bearings

Chevy LS V8, Grooved Bearing, Upper and Lower Groove Location, 1/2 Groove Style

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Grooved Bearing:
Yes
Groove Location:
Upper and Lower
Groove Style:
1/2
Bearing Material:
Tri-metal copper-lead nickel
Bearing Construction:
Tri-metal
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King Engine Bearings XP-Series Main Bearings.  The XP series in a line of bearings with advanced metallurgical and geometric technologies that meet extreme performance loads.  It was developed for all performance applications that use forged steel aftermarket crankshafts and produce high loads for extended periods.

  • Features a unique tri-metal structure that is 24% harder than any other conventional tri-metal race bearing
  • Sold as a Kit

Notes

These bearings are available in the traditional Std, .010, .020 and .030 specs. 

In addition, they are also available in the X.001 and .001 

The X001 bearing is used when 0.001" of additional crank clearance is required.

The 001 bearing is used when the clearance is needed to be tightened up by the one additional 0.001" of reduced clearance.

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

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