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Old 10-14-2003, 01:21 PM   #496
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Originally posted by stefan
how exactly is everybody determining when to change a conrod, other than if it has a ton of play in the bushing?

I am changing conrods only when it is playing on the pins, usualy when I do PM service on engine I am checking for unusual things as for instance-changed color on bushing, mesure for eleptic on the wholes, but other then that, I preferd to don't touch it. Normaly conrods should last as P/S set, if you need to change it earlier-something was wrong ( can't tell you because every single instance is unique-need to see).
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