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Well so here's my concern...

Lets say that the radiused edges of the crank were to large causing that bearing wear. It would mean that untill it wears the bearing down at that edge there will be a larger than normal gap between the crank and the bearings. It won't hr the bearing much, but it may reduce the oil pressure on the motor untill it wears down to normal tolerances.

So I'm thinking I need to chamfer the bearings a bit along this edge before installing. Any thoughts?

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