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Yeah theres a dot just above the big end.which dots are these are they on the big end of the rod?
Maybe a pic been awhile since i built a six almost 2 years now.
Edit i'm going to hazard a guess and say that the dots are for rod/ cap matching and being balanced it wont affect as long as piston orientation is correct. These are stock rods yeah? (may sound stupid as title say l32)
Theyre stronger than L67. L36 ecotec are cast iron, L67 are cast steel but L32 are forged steel and quite beefier than L67. So yeah they would be alot heavier, my balancer guy gave me the readout and it shows 450 grams heavier lol.Ah well i never worked with those rods i've only done local motors i assume theyre the same as l67 then? is the weight the same as original rods? thats more from curiosity.
I honestly wracked my brain i cant cant see how flipping them around would change anything. Theyre symetrical and should weight the same on every axis being balanced.
Numbers are all different but are all on the same side.Yeah that's the way i'd do it bigger chamfer towards main.
Whats the numbers on the side? are they all same ?
I hope the balancer took the extra weight into consideration. Are you using the stock crank?