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  1. I intend to put new rod bolts in the D-358 that I am overhauling in an 886. The lower bolt in the picture is the original bolt and the upper bolt in the picture is the replacement. The smooth mid-section of the old bolt serves as a guide for the rod end cap. On the new bolt, this section is ribbed and is too large, which would result in a press-fit into the cap, making removal of the end cap impossible. In addition to that problem, the ribbed section at the top of the new bolt is even bigger. If I attempt to press it into the bolt boss of the rod, I know that the rod will split at the bolt hole. It appears that all suppliers, including Case-IH, buy from the same source, because the pictures all look identical to the ribbed bolts that I purchased. Have any of you recently installed new rod bolts in any German Diesels? If so, where did you get them from? I called ARP and they said that they only service automotive engines. Thanks, Red Tech
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