Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Bearing up

The Land Rover rebuild continues in fits and starts as parts arrive. Here's the Rover's lower middle main bearing shell, showing the pitting that was giving me low oil pressure. Definitely needed a rebuild, although it might have run trouble-free for quite a while yet.

And here's the block, upside down, showing the journals. This is after the rebore job.

In other news, the swing set arrived and was duly assembled.

Roo seems to like it.

This calls for a family selfie!

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