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What a dip shit... K*&^%) IS... :devil: Thats just me....

Edited by gottaRideNow

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Should a crank be still after a rebuild?? (Old crank, roughly 60 hours on it)

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Should a crank be still after a rebuild?? (Old crank, roughly 60 hours on it)

It sould still move ..That fiddle guy dont know...

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Sorry, damn iPad, I meant to say stiff, it's quite stiff, hard to rotate the rod by hand... Crank IS centered in the cases within probably a millimetre or so,

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If you need real info try another thread... :devil: I just wanted to know what people are thinking... :ride:

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You have something wrong, it should spin freely

But what? The crank is centered (unless it has to be centered within a couple thousandths) and I didn't put the cases together, a local mechanic who has a fair bit of experience with dirt bike engines did it... Bikes a 2005 YZ125

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If you need real info try another thread... :devil: I just wanted to know what people are thinking... :ride:

But piggybacking off someone else's thread success is so much better!!!

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Why where the cases split, crank bearings or what? Is it in gear? Lol

The faulty shift stopper broke and took out a couple bearings, push rod and got mashed up in the gears..

All case bearings, and broken parts replaced, parts got meticulously cleaned by me in about 3 Varsol baths..

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