In-Frame Engine Bearing Replacement. Filthy Rich shows you how to replace your rod and main bearings without removing the engine from the frame! Done here on a 4230 John Deere tractor but same principle applies with any crankshaft. Watch more How To videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYbEYVyB_NH_Lufl7aRT1ICBrRLvwjex1
01:11 Remove Bearing Caps 1 At A Time
02:07 "Patent Pending"
02:27 Roll Tab Out First
03:19 Roll Bearing In So Tab Is Last In Place
03:55 Can't Turn The Bearing By Hand?
04:22 Ensure Oil Passage Holes Are Lined Up
05:29 Stretched Bolts - ONE TIME USE!
06:02 55 lb-ft Torque, 90° then 10°
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