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|Oil Ring Included:||Yes|
|Oil Ring Material:||Moly Set|
|Ring Inside Diameter:||3.3386 in|
|Second Ring Included:||Yes|
|Second Ring Material:||Moly Set|
|Top Compression Ring Thickness:||1.5 mm|
|Top Ring Material:||Yes|
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Q:And when replacing pistons, is it a good idea to also replace the the connecting rods bearings ?
A:You do not really have to, but it wouldn't be a bad thing to do.
A:depending on the amount of miles on the engine and physical appearance of them. But its you judging. Do it to be safe, not a bad idea. Your can replace the mains one at a time as well by removing the cap and sliding the top shell around the crank and the new one in. be careful not to scratch the crank. be sure to replace the cap with the bearing "tang" on the same side as the one in the block. Sounds easy, it is, be careful, mistakes can be made.
Q:How many rings to a set and what else besides the rings should
A:This includes all the piston rings for each piston. Most pistons have three rings each.