Making HP ainít free. . .
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Farmington, MN
I’ve never seen a bearing just simply slide in, but you should check the fit.
Best bet is to buy a Honda service manual. You’ll also need a few specialty tools, and a quality torque wrench. Then figure over $1000 for parts. I suggest at least having the crank trued and welded, and preferably balanced to the piston you’re using, of course that will up the price of parts quite a bit. And that doesn’t include the price of a new left case which is about $300-$330 right now. Make sure you replace all the seals and any bearings that have had metal sent through them, and if the motor has had a lot of time on it I would just go ahead and replace all bearings. You’ll need a blind bearing puller to do that, Motion Pro makes a puller set for about $175, or you can buy the cheap one from like Rocky Mountain ATV for like $70.