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2011 Jaguar XJL 5.0 NA Main bearing and con rod bearing replacement

 
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I want to replace the bearings in this engine but dont have know the bearing sizes, I have the size codes from the back of the crankshaft but dont have the chart to know what each letter means.
 
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Sorry can't help there, but am wondering why are you rebuilding the bottom end on this engine and how many miles are on it?
 
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If you are not regrinding then logic says get the same bearings. If you are doing a regrind get the shop doing it for you to obtain the bearings.
 
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Yes please let us know what happened?

Hard to believe a 2011 needs a engine rebuild.

Are you able to find the bearings?
On the 4.2L they are very hard to find.
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I have the October 2013 parts list and there are no bearings, pistons, rods, etc. listed for the 5.0L, either they are simply not available as spares, or they are under-the-counter items that only certain people can procure...
 
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Originally Posted by Cambo351 View Post
I have the October 2013 parts list and there are no bearings, pistons, rods, etc. listed for the 5.0L, either they are simply not available as spares, or they are under-the-counter items that only certain people can procure...
This kind of stuff is normally supplied to the "trade" and only they get the parts lists and prices. So an approach to an engine builder may get results. As this is basically a Ford engine, there may be commonality with other Ford engines
 
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Did you ever find these? Got one with a knock in the bottom end
 
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The reference that I found says (based on the "6211") that it is a deep groove ball bearing bearing meant for "light duty". The "11" portion refers to the bearing having a bore size of 55mm (5 times the referenced "11").

Some other information that I seem to find is that the 6211 refers to a generic bearing class where the bearing outside diameter is 100mm, the inner bore is 55mm and the bearing width is 21mm.

This is where I start loosing a trail and I am somewhat guessing as to what the numbers are meaning. From what I can tell, the "8W93" actually refers back to a line of Jaguar cars. IN this case, this bearing is from the XJ6/XJS line of cars (potentially used in the 4.0L engine?). Some of the references also relate them back to the XK, S-Type, XJR, etc which would put it in the early 2000's as its original use date.

Not being able to read the last part of the bearing number all that well, it would appear to be "C5". If this is the case, this refers to the internal gap of the bearing. This refers back to "AFBMA STANDARDS, SECTION NO. 3". This is going to specify an amount of gap that is allowable for the bearing.

So, in short, what you are after is a 6211 style bearing with a gap standard relating back to C5 or a 6211-C5 bearing.
 
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Dears,
I have struggled the same way you guys do and found a good supplier for these bearings
[email protected] having them..
also having oversized shells

Cheers..
 
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8w93-6211-cb
8w93-6333-aa
 
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Dears,

The Crankshaft Assy. is available too now...Brand New AfterMarket...Suitable for Jaguars and Land Rovers 5.0L
 
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Good to know!
Thanks for posting.
Any idea on prices?
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Originally Posted by clubairth1 View Post
Good to know!
Thanks for posting.
Any idea on prices?
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about $1,400 including Main & Con. Rod Bearings Set and shipping to most of worldwide countries.
 
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Originally Posted by kain3488 View Post
I want to replace the bearings in this engine but dont have know the bearing sizes, I have the size codes from the back of the crankshaft but dont have the chart to know what each letter means.

I have the same issue on my 2012 LR4 I'm working on rebuilt the bottom end of the engine
 

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