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OK I had to take apart the engine to connect a problem and found out it had one spinned bearing and one bend rod. After searching I see the bearings are color coded what is the difference. I bought rods pistons and a crankshaft now I trying to figure out what bearing to use. So if someone could explain the color codes I'm guessing oversized. I want a stock size if that helps
 

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Any idea where at on the crank I see M 1 and Z are these them. Thanks
 

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Thanks folks, I picked up the crank rods and piston today, I was suprize the bearing were still on the rods they were green. By the way it's from a 78 does anyone see a problem with this since I have a 77. I'm going to remove the kick starter part and put it on the new to me crank and see how it fits
 

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OK got another question, I was reading the manual and it says on cylinder 1 and 3 the connecting rod bearing do not have a oil hole and cylinder 2 and 4 bearing have the oil hole.

Is that right,
 

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Thanks for the info Whiskerfish, I measured the timing mark and they appear to be the same except one goes T2F other is TF2
 
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