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Re: !070 Crankshaft ,What to do with it!

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Hi Eric, I thought maybe someone would have had goodluck repairing them,but looks like everyone agrees with what I've been doing, Yep I'm going to pitch the darn thing and not look back. Rod.

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11-13-2012 05:15:01

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 Re: !070 Crankshaft ,What to do with it! in reply to 1370rod, 11-12-2012 21:08:46  
I never had much faith in welded crank journals. When I had the crank stroked for my CC puller Jack Golder built up the main journals to standard as well as adding an inch of stroke to the rods. It has ran since 2008 at 12.5:1 compression but thats a big difference from running all day in a dsl. I guess I would grease it up and keep it but would look for a good grindeable used one, be sure to look at the radius area for wear.

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11-13-2012 05:40:32

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 Re: !070 Crankshaft ,What to do with it! in reply to dboll, 11-13-2012 05:15:01  
Hi Doug, it has always amazed me they can build those cranks up like you mentioned, true they don't have to live very long. I always feel like we're wasting a good part when I throw away a good looking crank with just one bad journal. Rod.

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