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Old 03-03-2014, 12:43 PM
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Okay so my friend bought a 08 ranger 2wd 3.0l nee off ghe showroom floor. She spun 2 main bearings. I bought a new crankshaft that came with bearings. The engine was a reman 07 when i pulled. So said ths sticker on it. Yea not happy with that. The crank i pulled out was stamped 06... more fun. Anyway i put everything back in to spec givin in haynes. Needless to say it wont turn over. Main bearings on too tight. I need the specs for the clearances and tq. Any help would be greatly apperciated!!! Oh btw i only have two days to finish and get it back to her...
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