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WTB : 4.500 billet crank

WTB : 4.500 bbf billet crank let me know what you have

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Can you use a forged 4.600?
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unless you are going to need 2000hp a forged crank should work fine I would think.....



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Who makes the really good forged cranks? And who makes the good billet ones?

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Crank

I have a Crower billet for sale. It is at Adney Brown's Perfromance Crankshaft now. Adney has repaired it. I bought a 4.700 stroke crank from a customer of ours so the 4.5 stroke crank is now for sale. I would like to have $1200 for it. Please call me if you are interested in it. Thanks,Tim

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what type of repair was done to this crank????

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I will call Adney and find out. One journal was welded. I know it has been heat treated properly after all repairs.

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I will call Adney and find out. One journal was welded. I know it has been heat treated properly after all repairs.

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If Adney did it, you can rest assured it was done right or it won't leave his place. Adney is one of the best , period!

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Stay with a Crower or a Bryant crank and you won't be disappointed. A good 4340 forged crank will withstand about anything you throw at it. Just my $.02 .

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