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    How to put an 1100 crank in a 1200

    Kinda different? if your SBT you use the 1100 front bearing and crudely drill a second hole in the bearing to accommodate the 1200 or 1100 front pin variable in the case ! Z
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    as far as I know it's the same crank it's just the front bearing differs so It seems like a good idea because from what I heard the 1100 bearing is better and this way you don't need to relocate the pin in the case
    or if u are a rebuilder u only stock one setup Z

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    that is ghetto as hell

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    crank is different

    pins on mag side doesent line up. I redrilled pin location to make it work.

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