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Are you talking about the wristpin or the roller bearing that goes in the small end (top) of the connecting rod.Most aftermarket piston kits include a wristpin I bieleve also you should be able to get the small end bearing with out buying the connecting rod.I always replace the wristpin and bearing when ever I replace a blown piston they are cheep compared to having to do it again because of a bearing failure on the trail 100 miles from home.
 
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