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Old 07-13-2009, 12:11 PM
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Use of ACL and OEM

In the middle of a rebuild, and most of my bearing clearances come in to be green. But I have a few that come in as yellow. My question is, can I use ACL's for all my greens then buy the yellows in OEM? Sorry if there is a tread pertaining this already, I am getting mixed answers about this. Thanks
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Re: Use of ACL and OEM

mixed answers for mixed bearings lol

I wouldn't see any issue with using different brands, as long as the clearances are right.

POSSIBLY THE ONLY ISSUE that i can phathom is uneven wear. One set may near the end of its limits before the other, ya know...
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Re: Use of ACL and OEM

Yeah I was thinking that as well. I heard that ACL uses the same process as OEM. I probably wont do this (I will most likely use OEM), it would have been nice to know if someone successfully did this and had a long lasting motor. You could potentially save a lot of money.
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