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Part from a needle bearing?? in the oilpan (from morel lifters or rollmaster timing)?

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Old 06-08-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

today i had a metal piece on the oil bleed screw.

It looks like a part from a needle bearing. The only needle bearings i know in my LS2 are the ones from the morel linked solid lifters nd maybe from the rollmaster double timing chain (but i think it has a torrington bearing)?

My crane roller rockers have no problems they look perfect.
Maybe it is from a damage with the stock lifters two years ago but why do i find it now?

Has anybody an idea?

Here is the pict:
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Maybe, try the correct forum...
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