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AMC engine parts

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Post  Guest on Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:38 pm

Hi All,
looking for a big end & little end bearings for my cruiser 80 250cc 1959, The engine is an AMC could any one tell me a good supplier of parts? still also looking for a stand thanks in advance for any pointers!

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Post  Cruiser Ron on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:37 pm

Hi Colin.
there is an engine stand on e-bay Francis Barnett spares,I am not sure if it is the right one,but it is worth a look.
cheers Ron. What a Face

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Post  Cruiser Ron on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:56 pm

P.S. Spare parts try Nametab engineering,01527 522266,or Villiers Services,01384 265797,or of course.as you are a club member,John Harding.Hope this helps.

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Post  stuart elkes on Mon Jan 28, 2013 9:35 pm

Hi Colin Auto cycle engineering netherton has a limitid stock of AMC spares Bantam John has literally tons of AMC engine bits and some FB cycle parts if you phone him it is best to have part no's to hand if possible.Good hunting. Stuart Elkes.

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Post  kerabo on Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:25 pm

I was told that every time you replace the AMC big end you have to make a crankpin that is 0.004" bigger in the crank web, this make it all tight so be carefull if your not sure its been changed before. As said on the forum there is a 20T with a new big end and little end maybe the big end and conrod are the same and the crank is different so you could remove and use it. It may even be the same and the piston is bigger?

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Post  piston 197 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:10 pm

Good thinking ,but flawed,the conrod is the same part number as is the roller cage,but the big-end is different as is the small end bush ( all info from Alpha bearings catalogue) and the usual up sizing of the crankpin is .001" to form an interference fit in a used crank wheel,.004 seems excessive,it may be correct ,but this does seem a bit alien to my engineering experience,JH
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Post  kerabo on Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:14 pm

I think it was Nametab that told me that. They do move as mind big end had moved He said i can push it back but if its less that 2 tonne you fit 4thou bigger pin


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