Well sorta... I had my block align honed when I had all the machine work done.. for some reason he said he had to go .0010 over on the align hone. I have a standard size bearing in the inner main bearing because the crank is brand new. The guy at the machine shop told me to get a bearing that was standard inner and +.0010 on the outer.. does that make any sense? The problem I'm having is that I got these bearings a long time ago and I just remember telling the place exactly what the guy at the machine shop told me to get. Now I'm putting the engine together and the crank doesn't spin as freely as it should. The guy helping me wants to take a little off the crank to make it right, and I want to make sure this engine is assembled correctly, meaning, I think this guy might not know whats going on here, any suggestions?