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    Possible to? and Who? Repair 4-tec Crankshaft

    I need some work done on my crank... front #3 cylinder rod bearing beat up my crank so its kinda scored

    What are my options?

    a $1,277.49 crankshaft is not an option


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    I need some work done on my crank... front #3 cylinder rod bearing beat up my crank so its kinda scored

    What are my options?

    a $1,277.49 crankshaft is not an option
    how about a local speed shop?

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    jerry.... am i reading their price sheet correctly that it's about a 236 dollar job?.. is that all i'm needing, crankwork is unfamiliar territory to me, but i do know the whole crank is fine except that #3 journal

    weld and grind the crank... think that's per journal? or the whole crank?

    i'll ring them tomorrow as well

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    Shibby, I have used them 3-4 times and their work was top notch!

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    there a such thing as oversized bearings for these 4-tecs?

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    Shib, best thing to do is call them in the morning and arrange to send it in.
    Nils uses these guys too.

    Oh, they also strengthen rods. I sent mine in and i believe it was only about $150 for the set. Might as well do that too while you are at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    there a such thing as oversized bearings for these 4-tecs?
    I have never seen any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    there a such thing as oversized bearings for these 4-tecs?

    NO.

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    oversized bearings

    yes there is!

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