Crankshaft & Camshaft
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Part # B-6331-STD Model Year 32-34
Part # B-6331-010 Model Year 32-34
Part # B-6331-020 Model Year 32-34
Part # B-6331-030 Model Year 32-34
Part # B-6331-040 Model Year 32-34
Main bearing sets for the 1932-34, 4 cylinder motor. Bearings come with instructions for your machine shop to bore the block to accept these.
You will need to purchase the thrust washers when doing this job. If you need maching specs ahead of time they are in the instructions. Bearings are available in Standard through .040 under size. Standard journal size is 1.9990/1.9985". U.S.A.
Part # A-6331-002 | Model Year 28-31
Special dimensioned bearings for the 1st generation Burlington counterbalanced crankshafts.
Part # A-6256-P | Model Year 28-34
Heavy duty puller used to remove the cam (timing) gear from the camshaft. Made from heavy 3/8 thick steel! Simply hook both ends of the puller around the back side of the cam gear and draw the bolt in pushing on the center of the camshaft. Especially helpful when removing the gear with the motor in the car. U.S.A.
Part # A-6276 | Model Year 28-31
If your plunger is still in good shape, just replace the spring. this spring is included inthe A-6275/76. U.S.A.
Part # A-6253 | Model Year 28-31
Two pins are used to hold the fiber timing gear in position on the camshaft. Same pins were used on the Model T's and A's
Part # A-6259-M | Model Year 28-34
A modern style nut that holds the cam gear onto the end of the camshaft. This style has a 1-1/2" hex machined onto it so that special tools aren't necessary.
Part # A-6251 | Model Year 28-31
Special tool for removing and installing the A-6259 cam nut. U.S.A.
Part # A-6259 | Model Year 28-34
Most mechanics take this nut off with a punch and a hammer. So you will find a lot of damaged nuts. Check to make sure the nut is not bent. U.S.A.
Part # A-6275/76 | Model Year 28-34
Controls the end play in the cam. Fits into the front timing cover. Complete with spring. Be sure to grease this little guy when you put it in, or it will make a noise that sounds like your engine is coming apart! U.S.A.