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I have a set of new Eagle rods and King Bearings for a Honda H22/H23. The bearing shells are offset to the left a little at the parting/crush line when the con rod are torqued down. The con rod bearings does not offset enough to protrude out the bearing housing that'll cause any side clearance i believed. Will this be an issues?

Note:

-Con rod caps has not been mixed around

-Bearings don't seem to have dedicated upper or lower shells.

- All bearing Tangs are facing same exhaust side.

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That appears to be down to the way you inserted the shells, with a slight twist, which isn't unusual as they do flex - you can just apply some light thumb pressure to move them into alignment.

How do the ends with the tangs match up?

Hi,

The non Tangs side can be move some, but the Tang side cannot be move and is offset in place.

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