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The part in question is #45 in 1st pic. It was pretty banged up. I reformed the lip, but not sure if I made it to small. Now im pretty sure the washer sits against the crank bearing, but is there supposed to be a space around the case? Or is it supposed to be a slight interference fit onto the case?
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It's just a bearing shield...supposed to just turn freely in the case and keep any broken pieces from entering the timing chest in case of bearing failure. I'd rather see them a little loose than actually contacting the crankcase. I wouldn't have any problem reusing that one...just curious, are you using std bearings, or superblend?
 

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Great...thanks. The description of the part as lipped sealing washer had me thinking. They’re just the standard bearings.
 
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