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How much clearancd is normal in an ag diesel or industial.
Specifically a new hollland 3.2L 3 cyl.
3.75" (using the rule of .001) that around .0037 to .004 is ok.
The useless pos crankgrinder ground it .0005 UNDER min spec. The spec allows .0005.... he thought that was pretty good.
Fucking idiot.
Wags

Oh, it is .0064!!!
 

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Not sure if it's the same engine, but in the link below, on page 61 in the browser (or 10-23 indicated page number at the bottom of the page), it lists specified clearances in the "Bearing Identification" chart for a 3cyl, 3.2L. But lists the mains to be 3.37", not 3.75", so maybe the wrong engine.

http://www.awdhosting.net/7981166-New_Holland_Ls180_Ls190_Service_Manual.pdf
 
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