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    P/N 420933510 Bearing sleeve for wrist pin

    I ordered these sleeves and the pin won't fit in them also there is no oiling hole in them like the ones from the factory have. Am I missing something here or do I have to modify these?
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    bronze wrist pin bushings need to be installed then reamed to size. install,then drill the oil hole then ream.

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    Looking at it more, it has a seam that might expand maybe? The factory one doesn't have this seem on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    bronze wrist pin bushings need to be installed then reamed to size
    Ahh, ok. Thanks

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    ID should be .905 .906"

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    ID should be .905 .906"
    According to my digital gauge that's the OD on my new CP pins (0.9060). Old Pins are at OD 0.9055. My installed OE sleeves are at ID 0.9065 right now and the pins slide in snug, so I might not have to replace them yet?

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    the pin should not be "snug" it should slide in and out smooth, but have no up and down play.

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