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I just got my tuner toy rods today so I pulled out my weiscos to do some test fitting and the wrist pin doesnt want to go into the tt rod.

Now I noticed that on the stock piston the wrist pin moves on the piston but not on the rod also.

So my question is since my pistons are a floating pin design, should the rod float on the pin also or should it be pressed into the rod like the stockers are.

Thanks everyone, build pics coming after the machine shop :)
 

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bump........need to know this before taking block to machine shop just incase they need to hone rods.
 

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go to your local auto parts store and pick up a brake cylinder hone. looks like the dingle ball ones for engine cylinders, but a lot smaller. hone the wristpin end with it until the pin slides in
 

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Thanks guys for helping me out, ill just have the machine shop do it for me.

One more quick question i forgot before. The tt rods dont have an oil hole like the stockers do so is there a certian way to face the rod in the block or does it matter. I need to know this before i attach the pistons.
 
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