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    crank rebuilding

    I have three sl 750 cranks and one 785 crank, and I was wondering if anyone on here was capable,of rebuilding these, I do not want the cranks welded. I just figured there might be someone on here that could use some extra money. If not I will probably just send them to jeff at midwest.


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    Crankshaft Rebuilds

    I have used ShortBlocksRus.com for many years in my shop they do Great Work.
    Here is a link
    http://www.shortblocks-r-us.com/cate...?categoryId=99

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    wow, expensive.. but you get what you pay for..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovehavenfun View Post
    I have used ShortBlocksRus.com for many years in my shop they do Great Work.
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    He charges 150.00 more for a Pro over a 650,750,780 ??? And it's the same amount of work. Interesting

    Seems someone should be willing to trade out some cores for a rebuild.

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    Yea I know but the 785 rods are way more money then the rods he uses on the 650,750,780 cranks
    He did 2 for me this year alone but worth the money I'm Happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    He charges 150.00 more for a Pro over a 650,750,780 ??? And it's the same amount of work. Interesting

    Seems someone should be willing to trade out some cores for a rebuild.
    I'm guessing that the Pro costs more because there are no aftermarket rods available. Polaris rods are a little on the expensive side and you still have to buy the bearings and thrust washers because Polaris doesn't sell them as a kit. Connecting rods for a Polaris Storm snowmobile can be used but there's some work that has to be done to them first. It all adds up to additional expense.

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    You GOT IT Toyota

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    But he also has FREE Retrun Shipping on Crankshafts and ShortBlocks

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    If he's replacing all the rods,then it makes sense.

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    Is this something I could maybe tackle myself with a hydraulic press, or do you really need a jig.

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