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conrod bolts for 202

Just a question, are you still able to buy stock conrod bolts for a 202 or are the ARP bolts the only option?

I have a 202 here that is already 60 thou over, bores still look good and have the hone marks but would like to inspect the bearings as it has probably been sitting for a long time.

I don't really want to spend the $$$ for the arp ones as this will just be a short term solution and have heard reusing the current bolts is not a good idea as they stretch.

So are there any other options for rod bolts?

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I have a 202 you can have.

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i have reused conrod bolts heaps of times with no problem
if its only a short term engine then i'd reuse what you have

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You can't just change the rod bolts, when you change rod bolts you need to have the rods closed and honed by a machine shop.

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David

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