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Old 13-03-16, 06:54 PM   #1
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Are Lister A and B big end shells the same? I think they are but I thought id better check.
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Chris, it's a few years since I worked on some but I'm pretty sure the B is larger due to a bigger crank in that area. I bought three sets of brand new old stock B white metal bearings from David Harris which came from Cyprus or Malta. I used two sets and sold the third on eBay - wish I'd kept them now. Steve
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The big end bearing are the same for A and B types Later B types have bigger main bearings in latter models Have you the spec No . of your engine
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Ah so I was right to question it then, I was fairly sure they where the same but obviously I could be wrong, mine is a 1941 engine, spec 106/530H, I have a set of A type shells but id like to be sure and have some ready to go in when I get time to strip the B type
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