This process sounds easy - but, it's more difficult than it looks. One problem is that aftermarket rod races are not consistent anymore. ODs too big, IDs too small - varying hardness and varying widths. On the female rod, you want the races flush, but they are all too wide, so we have to surface-grind the outside or it will wear into the flywheel thrust washers. Wrist pin bushings are way undersize . . don't they have any quality control in Taiwan ? You can take a NOS Harley part and it fits with little or no modifications. Say what you want about Harley-Davidson . . . but, they had pretty damn good QC at the factory in the 1920s thru 1960s . . . then people got greedy and looked at the bottom line all the time.