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Old 03-25-07, 02:40PM   #1
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The administrator allows you to use the attachment feature of this forum, which gives you the ability to attach files of certain types to your posts. This could be an image, a text document, There will be a limit to the file size of any attachments you make. Scroll down below the text box
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Old 02-18-08, 03:39PM   #2
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My lightend crank.
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More pics.There it is,my first pics ever posted.Could not make it work a PY,said my file was too big.
This is a USA made 5140 forging that I bought for 400$ off of E -Bay and sent to Crankshaft Specialists and had it lightend,double knife edged and rod throws gunn drilled.400$ for the crank and another 600$ for machine work.It was a 455 crank and I had it turned down to a 3" and the thrust surfaces were welded up then turned to the correct 400 size.
It now weighs 65 pounds.
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