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    Crankshaft Repair




    Don't throw that crankshaft away just because a spun bearing or broken rod damaged a journal.


    The APE crank shop can repair it better than new. We return journals back to poem size so oem bearings work. Better, because after the repair is complete, the entire crank is nitrided making all journals tufter than a new crank.


    APE then flutes the rod journal oil holes for more oil at the bearings, the dynamically race balances it to less than 1/3 gram. ( inline fours and sixes only )


    WE do oem cranks, strokers, billet strokers, etc. Contact the APE crank shop at ; [email protected] or visit; http://www.racecranks.com/


    APE the crank people 661-256-7309


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    great to have a good source to repair these cranks!!!

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    What kinda price are you looking at to recondition one of our OEM cranks???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJay View Post



    Don't throw that crankshaft away just because a spun bearing or broken rod damaged a journal.


    The APE crank shop can repair it better than new. We return journals back to poem size so oem bearings work. Better, because after the repair is complete, the entire crank is nitrided making all journals tufter than a new crank.


    APE then flutes the rod journal oil holes for more oil at the bearings, the dynamically race balances it to less than 1/3 gram. ( inline fours and sixes only )


    WE do oem cranks, strokers, billet strokers, etc. Contact the APE crank shop at ; [email protected] or visit; http://www.racecranks.com/


    APE the crank people 661-256-7309
    It's great to have another good source to repair cranks, but that's not the same crank in the before and after picture.

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    Tells us why you say this...

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    The step in the counter weight most likely but ill vouch for APE they do good work!

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    Imagine if they could repair blocks that had spun a bearing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven mace View Post
    Imagine if they could repair blocks that had spun a bearing!!
    not could but rather can.

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