Thank you! to my very good friend Ken LeBlanc at Merrimack Valley Tire , 45 Hilldale Ave, Haverhill, MA 01832, who has been helping me all winter in rebuilding the entire drive train of my 1926 Model T Ford coupe. Already we have completely rebuild the rear end and transmission.You'll be hard-pressed to find the same level of expertise that Ken and Merrimack Valley Tire provide for any vehicle, especially Model T Fords.
Hey Warren I think you put that part in from the other end of the engine. =)
Thanks Seth, I was asking the same question.
All kidding aside Ken is a master mechanic and is checking the bushing clearance before installing, something I would not know how to do. The manuals tell what order to put things back together, but they don't always tell you about checking all the clearances. I'm very fortunate to have Ken helping (he's really doing almost all the work) me with the rebuild. Thank you Ken!
And a top job on who ever did your babbitt, a full 100% cap bearing cover to match the block.