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Clevite Mahle TM-1 1UZ 2UZ 3UZ Thrust Washer Bearings. 1 kit for 1 engine

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For those who just need a simple rebuild and not fancy ACL race bearings, we can supply these OEM quality bearings. Clevite is an American brand with one of the oldest pedigrees and supplies pistons, assemblies, cylinder liners, bearings and valves for American commercial vehicles as well as construction and agricultural equipment applications.

Various forms of main bearing grooving have been used over the years. We are frequently asked what difference grooving makes.

First, it’s essential to understand that bearings depend on a film of oil to keep them separated from the shaft surface. This oil film is developed by shaft rotation. as the shaft rotates it pulls oil into the loaded area of the bearing and rides up on this film much like a tire hydroplaning on wet pavement. Grooving in a bearing acts like tread in a tire to break up the oil film. While you  want your tires to grip the road, you don’t want your bearings to grip the shaft.

The primary reason for having any grooving in a main bearing is to provide oil to the connecting rods. Without rod bearings to feed, a simple oil hole would be sufficient to lubricate a main bearing. Many early engines used full grooved bearings and some even used multiple grooves. As engine and bearing technology developed, bearing grooving was removed from modern lower main bearings. The result is in a thicker film of oil for the shaft to ride on. This provides a greater safety margin and improved bearing life. Upper main shells, which see lower loads than the lowers, have retained a groove to supply the
connecting rods with oil.

In an effort to develop the best possible main bearing designs for performance engines, we’ve investigated the effects of main bearing grooving on bearing performance. The graphs on the next page illustrate that a simple 180° groove in the upper main shell is still the best overall design. 

While a slightly shorter groove of 140° provides a marginal gain, most of the benefit is to the upper shell, which doesn’t need improvement. On the other hand, extending the groove into the lower half, even as little as 20° at each parting line (220° in total), takes away from upper bearing performance without providing any benefit to the lower half. It’s also interesting to note that as groove length increases so do horsepower loss and Peak Oil Film Pressure which is transmitted directly to the bearing.

*P-Series Bearings*
These are not to be confused with the standard passenger car and light truck parts for the same retention applications which also have a “P” suffix letter. These high performance parts have unique core part numbers different from the standard parts for the same application. P-Series parts are the oldest series of Clevite high performance bearings. The rod bearings in this series typically have the greatest amount of eccentricity. Most rod bearings are available either with or without dowel holes for use in aluminum rods. Most P-Series main sets are full grooved to maximize oil flow to the rod bearings. Both rods and mains have high crush for maximum retention, and a reduced overlay thickness to prevent overlay fatigue, sometimes referred to as hen tracking.

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Refund, Returns and Cancellation Policies: all returns are subject to the restocking fee as per the provider of the part. Engine internals are non-returnable due to their nature.

Make Model Year Engine
- Toyota Aristo 1992 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1993 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1994 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1995 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1996 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1997 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1997 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 1998 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1998 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 1999 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 1999 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2000 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2000 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2001 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2001 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2002 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2002 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2003 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2003 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2004 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2004 V8 4.3
- Toyota Aristo 2005 V8 4.0
- Toyota Aristo 2005 V8 4.3
- Toyota Soarer 1991 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1992 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1993 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1994 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1995 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1996 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1997 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1998 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 1999 V8 4.0
- Toyota Soarer 2000 V8 4.0
- Toyota Tundra 2000 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2001 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2002 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2003 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2004 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2005 V8 4.7
- Toyota Tundra 2006 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2001 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2002 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2003 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2004 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2005 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2006 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2007 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2008 V8 4.7
- Toyota Sequoia 2009 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2003 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2004 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2005 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2006 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2007 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2008 V8 4.7
- Toyota 4Runner 2009 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 1998 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 1999 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2000 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2001 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2002 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2003 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2004 V8 4.7
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2005 V8 4.7
- Toyota Celsior 1989 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1990 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1991 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1992 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1993 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1994 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1995 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1996 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1997 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1998 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 1999 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 2000 V8 4.0
- Toyota Celsior 2001 V8 4.3
- Toyota Celsior 2002 V8 4.3
- Toyota Celsior 2003 V8 4.3
- Toyota Celsior 2004 V8 4.3
- Toyota Celsior 2005 V8 4.3
- Toyota Celsior 2006 V8 4.3
- Lexus - GS400 / Toyota Aristo 1997 V8 4.0 1UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS400 / Toyota Aristo 1998 V8 4.0 1UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS400 / Toyota Aristo 1999 V8 4.0 1UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS400 / Toyota Aristo 2000 V8 4.0 1UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2001 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2002 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2003 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2004 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2005 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GS430 / Toyota Aristo 2006 V8 4.3 3UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GX470 2005 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GX470 2006 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GX470 2007 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GX470 2008 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - GX470 2009 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1989 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1990 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1991 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1992 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1993 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1994 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1995 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1996 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1997 V8 4.0 1UZ
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1998 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 1999 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS400 / Toyota Celsior 2000 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2001 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2002 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2003 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2004 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2005 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - LS430 / Toyota Celsior 2006 V8 4.3 3UZ VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1991 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1992 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1993 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1994 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1995 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1996 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1997 V8 4.0 1UZ non-VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1998 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 1999 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
- Lexus - SC400 / Toyota Soarer 2000 V8 4.0 1UZ VVTi
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