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    Undersize Bearings and crank

    Was wondering if I could get my crank ground if I need to with this spun bearing issue. And if i have enough tollerence to do it does anybody make undersize bearings to fit it.


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    Nobody knows anything about this?

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    contact dhoad, he has the number for a place that will fix your crank.

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    As far as I know... there are no crank bearing available other than the stock size. BRP doesn't offer them anyway... wish they did

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    What about a SBT crank. Seems like you cant beat it for 600 bucks. That might be cheaper then getting mine ground and new bearings. A new sea doo crank is 1200.00 how can theirs be that cheap?

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    I just rebuilt my 4 tech with undersized rod bearings and turned crank.
    The bearings were from Austraila and were .25 (10) off from OEM bearings.
    The bearings are KING bearings for any of your motor heads.
    The most important is that you have your crank blue printed to be sure is stright and journals are within tolorance, and then that you have good shop turn the crank and spec all the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benelli10 View Post
    What about a SBT crank. Seems like you cant beat it for 600 bucks. That might be cheaper then getting mine ground and new bearings. A new sea doo crank is 1200.00 how can theirs be that cheap?
    I looked into those cranks and they were refurbished from what i could find out. Not really the part that your want 2nd hand in your motor.

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    Do you have any contact info for them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benelli10 View Post
    Do you have any contact info for them?
    They came from Les Cooke. Not sure how to contact them but at the time HydroJunkie got them for me when he was selling there products.
    I think it was like 60 to 80 bucks shipped for all rod bearings. Pretty pricy but alot cheaper then new crank.

    You might contact some of the members from Down under for his contact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benelli10 View Post
    Do you have any contact info for them?

    http://seadoocentre.com/new_contact.htm

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