Yes, as far as I know, the LT-1 rods had the "0" in the cap end of the forging. The small end I.D. of a pressed-pin rod is smaller than the I.D. of a floating-pin rod; the same piston pin diameter is used for all pistons (.9270"-.9273"), but that pin is a .0018"-.0016" interference fit in a pressed-pin rod, and is a .0001-.0008" clearance fit in the floating-pin rod. The pin hole is drilled larger in the floating-pin rod, that end of the rod is coated with copper babbitt bearing material, then it's finish-honed to the proper oversize to ensure .0001"-.0008" clearance to the pin to provide for lubrication.