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Do you guys replace the needle cage bearings when you do a top end rebuild.
Is is not good of you dont.
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depends on why you did the rebuild. if there is a chance that any metal was going around in the case, definitly replace them. for like 10 bucks each, it's cheap insurance...

If they couldn't have gotten harmed by metal stuff or anything, it's your call. They'll probably be fine.

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Any time you replace the pistons and the wrist pin, you want to replace the cage needle bearings, like rippered2 said, its cheap insurance.



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