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Re: More Stroker Cranks

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Josh Blackburn

02-24-2013 19:08:23

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They all vary. By the time I balance the whole assembly and polish I could be pushing 25-35 hrs. Some take longer some take less. A lot of time and welding wire and heat go in to each one.

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just asking

02-26-2013 09:43:08

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 Re: More Stroker Cranks in reply to Josh Blackburn, 02-24-2013 19:08:23  
How do you balance it without the clutch and flywheel?

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Josh Blackburn

02-26-2013 17:08:55

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 Re: More Stroker Cranks in reply to just asking, 02-26-2013 09:43:08  
You bring the driver and flywheel or ship it. Cranks are balanced alone. Then I add flywheel and driver and balance as a unit.

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02-24-2013 19:26:58

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 Re: More Stroker Cranks in reply to Josh Blackburn, 02-24-2013 19:08:23  
They actually are reasonably price most of the time, with that many hours into them. If done correctly and corners not cut. I received one that was so bend it trashed the bearings in half hour of run time.

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02-24-2013 19:29:05

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 Re: More Stroker Cranks in reply to MNJDG, 02-24-2013 19:26:58  
you get it from merfield? the bad crank that is

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