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High strength overlay plate with reduced thickness
Hardened steel backing on all connecting rod
Increased crush and elimination of flash plating
3/4 grooving on Main Bearings providing optimum oil supply
Tight consistent wall tolerances
Size 0 bearings have .001" less oil clearance than factory
Size 1 bearings are a nominal standard size and are used for most applications
Size 2 bearings feature an additional .001" more oil clearance than factory
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Q: EJ257 kelvinleowkangwei 2 months agoAnswer
What size bearings should I use to suit my Brian Crower crankshaft? It's 52mm(main), 83mm(stroke) and 60mm(crank pin).
A: You are going to want bearings that fit your crankshaft, so you will need 52mm bearings.
Chris W. 2 months ago
Q: ej205 wrx frankzwrx 5 months agoAnswer
will these fit stock 2002 wrx? ej205
A: These will fit your car. They are the standard OEM sizing.
Josh P. 5 months ago
Q: Bearing size bluemeanie97 4 years agoAnswer
how do I know what size main bearing set to get for my 2003wrx?
A: Size 1 is the exact factory size. But that can change based on your crank manufacturing tolerance. For best fit you need to measure your components and order bearings based off those dimensions
Kirill C. 4 years ago