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Feral Donkey

Connecting rod question

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With my leg still not good enough to kick-start the bike, I'm sitting here flipping through the pages on my factory shop manual for my WR400 looking at the exploded diagrams and stuff. I'm finding a section on the crank and one on the piston but nothing on the connecting rod. Just out of curiosity, does the connecting rod split at the crank and use a plain, pressure fed bearing like a car engine or does the crank split instead and crank use a roller bearing like a Harley? Why for the manual doesn't go into that or is the Oxycodone making me all loopie and I'm overlooking obvious stuff again?

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