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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    crank rebuilding questions

    Can a crank with a trashed rod be rebuilt? I'm assuming yes, but is there going to be a problem if there's light blemishes on the rod journal? I need to send my crank out to be built for my project. I have 2 cranks with a broken rod and 1 good used crank at my disposal. I'd much rather send the broken one out to be rebuilt, and put the good one in an engine to be sold on ebay. But if there's the slightest chance something may not be right, I would use the good one. I need a strong crank to build off of. From what I read about these PSI parts I will have close to 150HP, and that's ALOT more than a 780 with bolt ons. What do you guys think? Also any input on where to get it done? TDR with Hot Rods is approx. $415 plus S&H. Crankworks wanted alot more than that. I'm open to suggestions, Thanks


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    I think the TDR for under 450 is pretty damn great, especially with Hot Rods.

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    TDR? What's that?

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    This guy is good he does most of my work.
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    Cool

    as of 1st of the year tdr will no longer be doing machine shop work.they will be closeing shop in south fla and moving to the west coast of fla,so if think of haveing them r&r crank keep that in mind (you might what to give lisa a call to check there time table

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    I think the 1450 stroker said they could do it for less. givem a call 315-343-6513.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Thanks for the heads up guys. I'll be callin now.

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    TDR IS DONE with machine shop. Just selling parts is what I was told. BUMMER. Oh well, keep the suggestions rolling please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4stroker View Post
    I think the 1450 stroker said they could do it for less. givem a call 315-343-6513.
    Have you used these guys before? I'm not looking for cheapest, but good work at a good price. Thanks

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    any local options for you?

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