Getting ready to install my two crank bearing on a 1955 G80s. I have read differing opinions on how to attack this, bearing on shaft first, and bearing in case first. I have always done it by heating the case first and dropping the cold bearing in. My bearings are new British bearing that are a tight to the shaft. My plan was the heat the case first and freeze the bearings, then drop both bearings in the case (with spacer between). Then heat the case and bearings, and push the crank shaft in. Seems logical but thought I would ask the forum for advice since this is the first time I have installed two bearing on the same side of the case.