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    3.0 liter optimax crankshaft , is the flywheel end repairable ???????

    Any info or input is appreciated , thanks
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    Big nope. Use the right puller next time.

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    someone didnt wait till i got there

    so anyone know where there is good crank to be bought

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    I have one $ 400....and flywheel if ya need....

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    how the hell did he do that?

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    With his eyes closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by racervboat View Post
    how the hell did he do that?
    he used a snap-on pulley puller , wrong one to use

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    Bet he don't do that again LOL

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    Oh that sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Insane-o View Post
    Big nope. Use the right puller next time.
    While this is absolutely the correct answer ... I just can't help but ask : How many good threads are left ..

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    Get the flywheel off and take the crank to the best crank shop you can and see what they say.
    Speed cost money. How fast you wanna go?
    I have done so much with so little for so long, I can now do the impossible with nothing!

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    Dave s has a crank for 400.00 id hop on that.I have a great crank repair shop here in mpls,mn and I know it would cost all of that with no warranty if it were to break. JMO

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    That crank is junk.

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    10-4 on that partner.

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    Ouch!
    DaveW

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