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    800 crank vs 1200 crank

    why is the 800 crank assembly more expensive then the 1200 crank? whats special about it? how many hours would you do before you replace an 800 crank shaft? i have 191 hours on the engine and im going to rebuild it this winter and was wondering what i should do for the crank i dont want to replace it if i dont have to as a new oem crank is 1000 bucks


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    You could also send it off to CrankWorks to be rebuilt.

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    im going to check at having the stock one rebuilt. i looked at boats.net and it is cheaper its 877. But i dont get why the 800 or 66e crank is 877 and the 1200 and 1300 cranks are like 714. the 800 crank has less parts and man hours to build it should be cheaper.

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    yamaha sells alot more 1200 cranks I guess

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