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    PRO-TEC does it again!

    This is the second crank i sent to Carl Brown.He called me to let me know they had recieved it.He called me THE NEXT DAY asking for payment and to confirm shipping address.Talk about fast returns!!!!!!! I always had great service and work from these guys.


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    He is alot faster on the cranks then the heads. I had my heads there for almost a month one GP and one GPR Spud took his in a few months later and they took awhile on his too. He did do an excellent job on my Head hit The numbers right on the nose!! he did turn my crank around in a day or two though. I use SPS for shipping with Carl (Spud Parcel Service)

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    How much did he charge to do the crank work?
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    $130.00 for T/W, index,full inspection.They do 100% and ive had great service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    $130.00 for T/W, index,full inspection.They do 100% and ive had great service.
    I don't know much about cranks, but those sounds like a damn good price.
    That brings to mind a question. If you have ad no trouble and you take care of your ski, when you it be worth completely rebuilding the crank? I've got almost 200 hours on my 2000 and it still runs great.
    When I do have to do a top end, would it be worth completely rebuilding or would just have the $130 special be enough?

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    Sounds like great service to me!

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    With 200 hours,you need a new crank.Believe it or not,to have new bearings pressed and have your crank T/W its about the same price as buying a new one.Those bearings are expensive.

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    New crank trued and welded is around $1000.00. It is what it is.You might find a low hour crank and have it T/W for about $600.00.My crank has very low hours on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    New crank trued and welded is around $1000.00. It is what it is.You might find a low hour crank and have it T/W for about $600.00.My crank has very low hours on it.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    He is alot faster on the cranks then the heads. I had my heads there for almost a month one GP and one GPR Spud took his in a few months later and they took awhile on his too. He did do an excellent job on my Head hit The numbers right on the nose!! he did turn my crank around in a day or two though. I use SPS for shipping with Carl (Spud Parcel Service)
    oside you mean , ups hahhhaahah

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