WBX failed big end bearings.

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itchyfeet
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WBX failed big end bearings.

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This was instantly diagnosed by two experienced engine builders.

If like me you are lucky enough not to have heard this and wondered what it sounded like watch this....

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Re: WBX failed big end bearings.

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Yup. One of my Elite engines did that on Isle of Wight. Think you offered to help me out IF. Got back to the mainland and took hours to get home with various lowloader drivers running out of driving time and dropping me off a couple of service stations later, sending vans that were too small to tow or not turning up at all. Absolutely pissing down the whole time.
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Re: WBX failed big end bearings.

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Sounds proper cattle-trucked that - or could it be a WBX Diesel!
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