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Old 03-08-2017, 06:39 PM   #1
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H22A thrust washers

I have a H22A block and the crankshaft is moving back and forth. I looked around and seems that this is not abnormal with aftermarket clutches. Anyhow, I continue to do some research and found that it's usually due to worn out thrust washers. Anyways, before I jumped to this task there's a few questions I had:
1. Does the crankshaft need to be removed?
2. What specs should my thrust washers be at? Size wise.
3. I'm sure the cradle has to be removed so when it is, do I have to apply engine lube like camshaft caps? Or any oil? Etc.
4. Is there any DIY of this with pictures? I'm more of a visual learner.

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Download a Helm factory service manual. They're free online. There's an entire chapter on assembling an engine complete with crank end-play tolerance which I want to say it's around .008"-.014" but I haven't looked it up since 2009.

You'll have to pull the pan, windage tray and the bridge/girdle but you'll only have to remove one main bearing cap to slide in a new set of washers. It would not hurt to reassemble with some assembly lube.
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