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Maytag 92 crank bushes

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Old 08-13-2016, 06:14:11 AM
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Default Maytag 92 crank bushes

With being new to Maytag ownership am in need of expert advice, I fired up my model 92 for first time earlier in week, it was bought as a box of large lumps, engine main part was complete but things like flywheel, gas tank, kick start were in a box of items.

As said fired for first time but see fuel is seeping from both sides am taking it the crank bushes are u/s, I know these bushes are available on ebay but would it be ok to fit new items to existing crank case or does the 2 parts need to be mated, in other words can I put a used crank into new bushes for it to be ok to use.
Any advice welcome, thank you.
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Old 08-13-2016, 08:19:49 AM
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Default Re: Maytag 92 crank bushes

livram40,press the old bushings out of the crankcase,press in the new ones and ream to fit your crankshaft .or better yet if you or your machine shop has a sunnen hone ,have them honed to fit your crank.this usually gives a better fit than reaming.
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