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Old 10-10-2008, 06:33 PM   #16
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the R7 conrod should do the trick.
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Old 10-10-2008, 11:31 PM   #17
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the R7 conrod should do the trick.
What is this R7 rod? Is it the same as a WS7 rod?
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P.S. Im not a bad mechanic, i used to work in the reactor building at nuclear plants. But they would have you arrested for the amount of alcohol that was in my blood that night!!!![/QUOTE]

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What is this R7 rod? Is it the same as a WS7 rod?
Nova rods usually have a number etched on them somewhere. R3, R4, R5 and R7 are all the same size and interchangeable. R6 is the same size but has no upper bushing so it requires a special wrist pin. A WS7 rod could be any of those (except the R6) depending on how old it is. If it's a really new one it might just have RB etched on it in which case it's probably an R7.
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so does Homer Simpson [/QUOTE]

Yea but he works in the control room.
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Nova rods usually have a number etched on them somewhere. R3, R4, R5 and R7 are all the same size and interchangeable. R6 is the same size but has no upper bushing so it requires a special wrist pin. A WS7 rod could be any of those (except the R6) depending on how old it is. If it's a really new one it might just have RB etched on it in which case it's probably an R7.
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