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Got my crank micro-polished and cleaned. The machine shop removed the "balls" and cleaned the oil gallery. Should I double check to see if there is any crap in there or can I run it as is? Just worried that shavings or whatever might still be within the oil holes.
 

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why would you EVER question the need to inspect parts?

check that shit out man!!!

worry free is how motors should ALWAYS be. better to potentially use up time rather then spend time down the road fixing an issue that was preventable
 

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why would you EVER question the need to inspect parts?

check that shit out man!!!

worry free is how motors should ALWAYS be. better to potentially use up time rather then spend time down the road fixing an issue that was preventable
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ALWAYS clean everything spotless when putting an engine together, no exceptions!
 

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why would you EVER question the need to inspect parts?

check that shit out man!!!

worry free is how motors should ALWAYS be. better to potentially use up time rather then spend time down the road fixing an issue that was preventable
Should I just unscrew the hex bolts that was tapped in place of the balls and run something in there? Never had a crank polished before.
 

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when they drilled the oil passeges honda pressed balls into where the made holes to seal it up

clean it if you have doubt
 
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