Figure 6-11. Crankshaft, flywheel, and piston assembly, assembly and disassembly.
worn so that new bearing will not fit within
crankshaft can be turned only with bar or
required clearance, crankshaft must be re-
large wrench). If definite drag is felt or crank-
shaft is locked, clearance is within limits.
(4) Press new bushing (23) into connect-
After checking each bearing clearance, remove
piece of feeler stock. Reinstall bearing caps
old bushing was removed during disassembly.
Hone bushing to new limits given in Table
and washers (35). Tighten screws to specified
5-1. If there is excess of stock in piston pin
torque. Insert lock wire (32) through holes
bushing, ream first then hone.
in heads of attaching screws and twist tight
over bearing cap. If crankshaft is scored or