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Best source for coated rod bearings

Hi everyone,

I'm using 2.7 Carrillo rods paired up to my 2.7 crank (std/std) and I want to know where I can source coated rod bearings?

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Sebastian Roher

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Calico sometimes has bearings already coated and in stock, and they will coat the ones you send if you don't need a faster turn around.
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LN Engineering sells coated bearings for 996, so I imagine they have them for aircooled as well.
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I'm going to go with Auto Associates in Canton, CT. $249 for calico coated Clevite rod bearings.

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