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So after destroying my cylinder and having to pay to have that re plated I am onto purchasing a new crank. I was told by a very respectable mechanic to use the OEM crank for dependability but I have read that the nix pro x crank are just as good if not better than stock. Opinions?

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Think I've heard the same just stay away from the wisco rods

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oem and and pro x are identical.

 

Consider these guys to rebuild your oem crank, they get them within specs that are usually better than oem, and he also fixes the plastic stuffer problems on the oem yz125/250 cranks.

 

140$ for a rebuild with a pro x rod kit, stuffers fixxed and specs closer than a new oem crank

 

http://www.kenoconnorracing.com

 

this video is worth the watch,

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oem and and pro x are identical.

Consider these guys to rebuild your oem crank, they get them within specs that are usually better than oem, and he also fixes the plastic stuffer problems on the oem yz125/250 cranks.

140$ for a rebuild with a pro x rod kit, stuffers fixxed and specs closer than a new oem crank

http://www.kenoconnorracing.com

this video is worth the watch,

Just watched the video and I am pumped. Thanks for the info I will be sending my crank to this guy to have it rebuilt.

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