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This is a discussion on bearings question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey, i'm rebuilding my block and i was wondering what is stock setup, b/c there's number 2, 3 4, 5 ...

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    Arrow bearings question

    hey, i'm rebuilding my block and i was wondering what is stock setup, b/c there's number 2, 3 4, 5 positions, which one do i get?, and whats a good brand?
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    ACL is a good brand. You find out which ones you need by measuring the crank or machining the crank to fit a certain bearing.
    02-05 Subaru WRX 2.0L ACL Bearings: JSC Speed

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    o okay,i just wanted to know before taking out the motor, i'm having a shop redo my motor for me, b/c i don't have the tools and time to do it myself...i guess i'll just wait till they take the motor apart, b/c the dude told me that bearings will be about 400 after he measures it and i found some online for about 120-200 bucks, and i did see dome ACL for about my price range too...i guess i'll just demand those then whenever he orders it
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    I usually order my parts myself and take them in if I am having someone do the work. They will have a markup on everything.
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    True, but there are different mm sizes and different position step ups, which one do I choose?...I just want it back to stock
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