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does anyone have the dimensions so that i can just by it instead of paying wardens so much for theirs? thanks!
 

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That's if you can get that link to work. I have tried it a number of times and always get mixed results. Last time I tried it just went tits up and froze up the whole computer. The time before that it froze up half way through the page but didn't freeze the computer up. Good luck.
Another person that knows the proper bearing to use is Spaceghost and oh yah, orangefj45wagon. He even said he could get them for cheaper than most places.
 

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I never had any trouble with the EB site with either MSIE or Nutscrape. I does take about 15 seconds for it to do something so it seems like you are locked up. Anyway, here are the dimensions for the spacer ring so that the GM pilot bearing will fit the 2F crank:
The dimensions for this bushing are as follows:


35 mm o.d.

27.8 mm i.d.

19 mm depth
 

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The pilot bushing spacer dimensions are:
35 mm o.d.

27.8 mm i.d.

19 mm depth

That spacer will allow you to use a stock Chevy pilot bushing (Brass). Killer set up! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Well Fuck an A! Here's what you do now, take those specs down to Motion Industies and see if they can find something for you. If not, take them to a machine shop and see if they will do it for you.

Jeff
 

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Jeff is correct as always. Just go to a machine shop or a friend with a lathe and have them make one for you. It is all of a 15 minute job. If you can't find anyone to do it, let me know and I will make you one.
 

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what do i ask for when i buy the chevy bushing? any years or makes of cars?
 

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When I got mine I took my "Spacer" in with me and asked for a pilot bearing for a 78 Chevy with a small block. Fit on the first guess!! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

Just make sure and take the spacer with you and you can't go wrong
 

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GM #1461685, roller bearing. Fit's pilot bearing adapter from Warden's or specs mentioned above, and SM420 input shaft. $12 and in stock at local dealership.
 
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