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    Hi all (excuse the title) can the big ends be changed with engine in situ on my 1998 20 sport. if i am right you can only get to 3 of them is this correct.

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    So, what's a "big end"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    So, what's a "big end"?
    It's a bedonkadonk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    So, what's a "big end"?
    Literally just that. The end of the conrod that connects to the bottom journals on the crank. Farthest from the piston.
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