Engine Building with RoG – Main Bearings Clearances and ARP Studs Explained



Our Hobo of an engine builder, Rog, goes over main bearing clearances, sizes and how to set the thrust bearing in our 408 Windsor build. He also goes in detail about ARP main studs and why it is a good idea to spend the extra coins to get them…

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2 Replies to “Engine Building with RoG – Main Bearings Clearances and ARP Studs Explained”

  1. I have a question for you guys if you can help.  My issue is with thrust bearing clearance.  The brand new bearings fit nice and snug as well as the crank when it is dropped in, however there is no endplay clearance on the thrust bearing.  The crank hasn't been machined and came out of a running engine. The block hasn't been machined either.  It's a stock build w/ manual trans.  I don't want to tamper with the bearings but it may be my option.  Any ideas to help? Thanks fellas.

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