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    Molner rods on standard crank

    Hi just gathering parts for my seadoo rxt rebuild, dropped 2 exhaust valves. Ordered super tech valves, springs and retainers and cp pistons, got two slightly bent rods but crank is fine, thinking do I source standard rods then buy all new bearings and bushings or do I go Molner rods, these come with arp bolts, do they come with all bushings and bearings for standard crank?any info really appreciated? Steve

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    comes with pin bushings for stock pins and use OE or what ever bearings you decide on using, only thing is they are much lighter than stock, I rebalanced the rotating mass

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