Today I measured the endfloat on the crank in a Rover V8 I'm building. It's 0.010" which is too much - it's supposed to be 0.004" to 0.008". I positioned a dial guage on the snout of the crank and levered the crank forwards and then backwards. The dial swept out 0.010" from being pushed forwards to being pushed backwards.
Now what do I do???!?!
(This on my engine build thread in the Garage section https://www.rodsnsods.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=3287 - I'm duplicating it here so it'll get a wider audience)