Crank, rods, and the installer/operator. Damn, you had to hear and smell that before she let loose. If you need crank and rods, I have an extra set laying around.have the crank checked before you throw the bearings at it.
You said unknown engine so cld be possible that journal was bigger than the rest after it being turned or maybe bent crank/crackFinished tearing it down. Everything else looks good. This was an unknown engine. Possible reasons for 5 & 6 to go and the rest look good?
The old guys have already learned from mistakes, your dealing with trying to put a band-aid on a gaping wound, no cheap correct way out on this deal.............................Is there any chance of some input here?? I am trying to learn. Even old guys may want to learn something! Sheesh
Good advice right there )THumbsUpOK.......You need to take this pile to a repeatable machine shop in your neck of the woods (Sacto, Grass Valley or Reno area) that can give you the straight facts on what you have!! The chances of the crank being any good are nil, also the pistons on those same holes were smacking the head, so as I see it minimally: a Crank, 2 rods, 2 pistons, oil pump, check out heads, rings, bearings, gaskets, vat & mag, hone block, check weights for balance, etc.
Hope this helps.............. John (208) 731-7999
I don't think he so much wants to know what he should do, as much have a conversation as to what happened.Sorry, wasn't trying to be derogatory with my input, but felt it getting a bit stagnated as to what you were suppose to do!
I apologize.................. I'm a day older tomorrow so I guess I'm cranky!!!!!!! grn
Cheers & Good Luck!
Well it much have been some other moron. Because you will never convince a jury of the peers that happened in 20 seconds. Unless your peers are all deaf.Thanks Bob. I was just looking for conversation. And this moron :wink2: shut it off immediately