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Average price for a block line bore

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by cheese9988, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. cheese9988

    cheese9988 Senior Member VIP

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    Whats the average price for a block line bore, so I don't get screwed? Dohc zc and a remanufactured crank.I assume they don't need bearings yet, since the bore might change the tolerances?
     
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    Just thought of something too, if its a remanufactured crank, and all the clearences are good, would I need a block line?
     
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    I think most machine shops would recommend a line bore whenever a new crankshaft is installed, just so they cover their asses. Whether u actually need it, is another matter, as you have no way of checking that. Also if the crank is remanufactured, that might mean they ground the bearing surfaces down, and if so, you will need new oversized bearings. Can't say what the average price is, as i live in AK and everything costs more up here.
     
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