Are you sure all the rods were installed the correct way and one isn't backwards. Don't know if you replaced the pistons on the rods and maybe installed it wrong. I have come across some rods where someone in the past stamped the rods on wrong side. Rule of thumb is that the numbers on the rod should be stamped to the camshaft side. I'd check each cylinder seperately by loosening each one and re-torque to see which one or if all are causing the problem. If all are causing it you could have mis-labled bearings also. plasti gauge will help you also once you find the bad one. If they all gauge the same then your crank; if reground could be ground wrong or the bearings are incorrectly fitted. I usually ask to have the machine shop fit the bearings to the crank if I'm regrinding a crankshaft. I had one reground once and they then could not get the bearings so the monkey was on their back,they didn't charge me for the grind. But I still ended up then with crank I couldn't use and had to locate another to replace it.
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