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Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank

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02-16-2013 10:07:06

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I have a super 77 gas engine that had a bad crank. well a ended up getting a 77 gas crank. I'm wanting to know if I can safely use the 77 crank in the super block. I realize I'll have to get the rods for the 77. This is going to be a parade show tractor.

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J. Schwiebert

02-16-2013 14:27:53

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 Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank in reply to J-J, 02-16-2013 10:07:06  
What happened to your old crank? I would have thought by now someone would have asked about your old crank so they could off-set grind it for a stroker motor to go pull.

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02-17-2013 07:32:24

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 Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-16-2013 14:27:53  
My old crank is cracked in 3 places.

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02-16-2013 16:05:39

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 Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-16-2013 14:27:53  
I could use a super crank to stroke , i'd just as soon use a wrn out one instead of wrecking a usable one unless the journals are blue. I have a ph.number of a guy that has a usable super crank.

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02-16-2013 17:40:30

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 Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank in reply to dboll, 02-16-2013 16:05:39  
Doug Ill be at Sigourney if you need a crank let me know. P.S. Reasonable.

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02-17-2013 18:39:44

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 Re: 77 crank vs. super 77 crank in reply to Bryce, 02-16-2013 17:40:30  
I'll be there unless I am either too sick to attend or dead! I need one for the 77 I am working on. I just hate to use a good crank that someone else could use for their farm tractor. Please send me an email at with your phone # and we can talk about it.

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