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    my gpr broke cen connecting rod crank bearing

    where to buy a connecting rod crank bearings? i can't find it on site...


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    Andy, I bought an OEM crankshaft and rod assembly for my GP1300r from http://www.yamahasportsplaza.com/

    They were there cheapest supplier I could find. I don't know if your ski is different but the 3 cylinder I had blew the center cylinder crank bearing where the rod connects to the crank. Thus, I had to replace the entire assembly. I believe the crank and rod assembly from Yami was around $640. Hope that helps.

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    I used Pro-X pistons with the rebuild and so far so good.

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    thank you so much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy95'slx780 View Post
    thank you so much!!!
    is SBT crank ok to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy95'slx780 View Post
    is SBT crank ok to use?

    The crank is the heart of the engine. Pesonnelly I would use OEM but that's just me.

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    Don't skimp on the crank. Shop around for an OEM one. You might get lucky like me and pick one up in the classifieds that has work done to it. I picked up a brand new crank that was T&W and had an upgraded front snout baring all done by crankworx for the price of a brand new one. It is way stronger then anything I'm going to through at it HP wise, but I figured with how hard I ride it its better to be safe then sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chevyrocks3 View Post
    Andy, I bought an OEM crankshaft and rod assembly for my GP1300r from http://www.yamahasportsplaza.com/

    They were there cheapest supplier I could find. I don't know if your ski is different but the 3 cylinder I had blew the center cylinder crank bearing where the rod connects to the crank. Thus, I had to replace the entire assembly. I believe the crank and rod assembly from Yami was around $640. Hope that helps.
    They are now $741.94 for the crank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctct2118 View Post
    They are now $741.94 for the crank.
    too expensive, can i just replace the con rod bearings?

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