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    who can rebuild a crank

    Looking for some suggestions to who i can send my 650 crank to and rebuild them correct and doesnt take forever to do so. any suggestions would be great there is no one locally i would trust to do it. thans ed slawter


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    What he said^^^^^^ Those three are the only ones I would trust.

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    I would certainly add Phil from the Crank Works, he's awesome and isn't afraid of some VERY trick stuff. Don't expect a fast turn around.

    IF you can find Hedlund's dad, he's ALWAYS been phenomenal as well but I lost touch with him years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgard32 View Post

    Sorry, couldn't help myelf.

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    Cool

    sbt motors/cranks,loss vegas motor works.house allways wins!

    later cd

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    I would certainly add Phil from the Crank Works, he's awesome and isn't afraid of some VERY trick stuff. Don't expect a fast turn around.

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