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Old 01-23-2009, 10:10 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by 22Racer View Post
I usually just go by the size, although I measure in different spots around the pin. Most crank pins are 5mm, except for Rb's. I consider .002 inch wear to be done but will run if you need it, which would be pretty close to your 10%. Some crank pins wear all the way around more than others.

I have ground cranks and made smaller bushings in the rod but with not enough success to do it for customers.

Hi Rex, sent you a PM about a pinch. Can you PM me the price of a go 5 port as well? I will be looking for one come spring. Time I check one out for myself. Thanks.
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