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WD 45 Crankshaft trimmed but why?

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wddave

04-17-2008 19:04:27




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I have a WD45 that I am tinkering with, and while inspecting the crankshaft I found that someone had ground off some material on corners by the rear throw. Does anybody have an idea why they would have done that? By the way the crank and bearings are in excellent shape. Thanks,
David

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mlpankey

04-18-2008 11:03:08




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 Re: WD 45 Crankshaft trimmed but why? in reply to wddave, 04-17-2008 19:04:27  
i would tend to think ac is right . the only way to balance a wd ,wd45 or d17 crank is to do it externaly take some weight off one side of the fly wheel and add some to one side of the front pullley then balance the pressure plate to neutral. a hundred pound flywheel will kill a internal balance job if its not dealt into the equation to.



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AC

04-18-2008 04:36:45




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 Re: WD 45 Crankshaft trimmed but why? in reply to wddave, 04-17-2008 19:04:27  
Was probably welded. #4 is a good place to break them.



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cdmn

04-17-2008 19:47:25




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 Re: WD 45 Crankshaft trimmed but why? in reply to wddave, 04-17-2008 19:04:27  
Someone may have tried to balance the crank?



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