Connecting Rod Bearings
These Tri-Metal 77 engine bearings combine the strength of a copper-lead alloy layer with steel backing and an electroplated babbitt metal. The steel backing provides strength and durability; the babbitt overlay provides the critical surface characteristics of slipperiness and conformability. This ideal design has properties not even found in many original equipment bearings. Clevite offers main bearings, rod bearings and cam bearings in this series.H Series -
Part Number Key
- H - High-Performance
- HD - High-Performance bearing with dowel hole
- HK - High-Performance bearing with moly/graphite coating
- P - Standard Clevite 77 tri-metal bearing
- M - Blown Fuel Engine bearing for severe crankshaft deflections & edge loading
- N - High-Performance Narrowed for greater crankshaft fillet clearance
- HG - High-Performance full angular grooved bearing
- V - High-Performance with Lead Indium overlay (On Main Sets this indicates partial groove also)
- VG - High-Performance with Lead Indium full angular grooved bearing
- D - Bearing has a dowel hole
- K - Tri-Armor coated bearing
- X - Bearing has .001 more oil clearance than standard
- XX - Bearing has .002 more oil clearance than standard
- A or AL - Indicates Aluminum bearing material
Note: Clevite rod bearings are priced each unless noted.
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