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A little confusion...

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Once i get the cylinder honed, the only remaining problem is the crankshaft shim..  And i have a few questions.

1. In the manual it gives a solution to the problem i'm having of the crank NOT spinning when the cover on (by hand).

2.  And i just can't wrap what's left of my brain around the instructions, i guess use a caliper to measure? (instructions  circled in red)

 (my brother has been helping me, he's fairly knowledgeable with this stuff, but more Diesel engines than anything) and he says to use a dial indicator set up, and to use this* as a spec for end play. and that would help us get the measurements needed in picture #2.

1st pic is the runout. But is it the same as crankshaft end play? 🤔

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2nd pic is of the instructions (solution) to get the correct shim.

 I don't know, maybe this makes sense the way i wrote it.

 Thanks, Travis.MULE2.thumb.PNG.790078c069e0aa803bd45fadc9ff522c.PNG

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