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Got more projects than time. I have a 65 Suzuki s32 I plan on finishing up this winter. Engine was seized BAD when I got it. Found some parts and replaced a cylinder, pistons, and rings. Got it running. It runs pretty good but the problem is the lower end. Very noisy. I found a better crank but the bearings on it aren’t much better. I can find bearings but have never pulled a crank apart. I have the capability but no experience. How difficult is reassembling correctly?
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And what may I ask is a s32.
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its not expencive to have the bearings installed but the rod kits are.
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S32 Suzuki Olympian. It’s a 150 cc 2 stroke. They probably made a million of them but doubt there are all that many still around. Cheap little bikes people probably scrapped as soon as the tires wore out
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splitting a motor cycle engine is a lot of fun all the parts pour out at the same time.... proceed slowly
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