Re: Freeing up a stock E50 crank.

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Even if you free them up there's rust on the needle bearings and even if you soak in evaporust to remove it the crank will fail on you

The big end needle bearings need to be a smooth and polished surface.

If the rest of the crank is rust free then send it out and have a new Needle bearing con rod pressed in

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