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    crank bearing replacement

    Since I have the motor torn down, should I go ahead and replace the crank, balancer, and rod bearings, or is it better to leave the the existing bearings in. The engine only had 50 hours on it. It seems simple enough to do. Thanks!

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    If you have already disassembled the bottom end then I would go ahead and replace them. If you haven't then leave it be. 50 hours is nothing.

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