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    1300 Hot Rod crank W/5-10 hours $395 shipped

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    Perfect condition 1300 Hot Rod crank with only 5 - 10 hours on it. Also has rear drive shaft coupler and rod bearings for pistons.
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    Price lowered and including shipping!

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    Would make a great Christmas present for someone! This thing is practically new which was $650 + shipping...

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    Is the crankshaft for a 1300 pv or non pv?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xr1800blown View Post
    Is the crankshaft for a 1300 pv or non pv?
    OEM part number for a PV and non PV are both the same. The crank will fit either. Came out of a friend's ski which was PV and I kept it as a spare for my Non PV but going conversion so I dont need it.

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    Two more question why did your friend remove the crank with such low hours and how long has the crank been sitting unused just want to know before I make purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xr1800blown View Post
    Two more question why did your friend remove the crank with such low hours and how long has the crank been sitting unused just want to know before I make purchase.
    After he finished rebuilding it he had some parts stolen (all plastics, all electrical, and some other parts,) from his ski and cost to much to put it back together so he decided to part it out. Crank was sprayed completely down with silicone spray, put in a few plastic bags, sealed up, and stored in my garage. It has been sitting for about 3 months.

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    350 shipped pay u today??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcab85 View Post
    350 shipped pay u today??
    Sent you a PM. I can do $370 shipped. It is heavy and requires a large double wall box to properly package it right.

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    If rcab85 does not buy it just send me a pm with how to get you some funds.

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