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Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket

Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket

Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket

Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket

Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket
Selected: VPM91886-STDR
Engine Main Bearing Standard 1275 A+, Center Tang 2 Journal Size Aftermarket
2" Mains 1275/1300 - Ctr Tang, Standard
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$59.95
King brand rod and main bearings are the choice of many rebuilders. These Bi-Metal bearings typically cost much less than the other brands, and common sense says they're more than adequate for road use.
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1275cc 2" main bearings. Standard size. A+ type with the center tab.

King brand rod and main bearings are the choice of many rebuilders. These Bi-Metal bearings typically cost much less than the other brands, and common sense says they're more than adequate for road use.


Note: Bearing sets that are desginated "Center tang" (Locating tab) include 3 bearing 1/2 shells with the center tang and 3 with the side tang.  The center tang sheels are used in the caps only, while the side tang sheels are used in the block side.

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Related Technical Articles:
Classic Mini center tang main crankshaft bearings
Created: February 15, 2000
"Center Tang" main bearings were designed by Leyland’s engineers to meet a perceived need. It was decided probably by both theoretical calculation and practical test that the turbo Metro engine with its increased bearing loads needed a better bearing, so what they did was remove the oil groove from the bottom bearing shell giving roughly 30% more bearing area.
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