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    I have a std/std 4.500" Crower crank here, extra nice condition with no current assembly plans. How about half the cost of a new one $1200.
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    Hey Barry,
    Would you sell the block by itself? How much? Thanks, Vince.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 79COLE View Post
    Hey Barry,
    Would you sell the block by itself? How much? Thanks, Vince.

    Hey Vince,, thanks for asking, but I probably prefer to use that block to build a larger cubic inch engine for a customer instead of selling the block alone.

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    I might have a customer interested in doing a big inch deal so I will let you know by Monday. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    Hey Vince,, thanks for asking, but I probably prefer to use that block to build a larger cubic inch engine for a customer instead of selling the block alone.

    Barry
    sorry to jump the thread, mr obnoxious do you know what the chances are to find a deal on swapping my 13to1 468 for a motor that runs on pump gas instead of 110 or would i be lossing alot ... thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by milkmoney View Post
    sorry to jump the thread, mr obnoxious do you know what the chances are to find a deal on swapping my 13to1 468 for a motor that runs on pump gas instead of 110 or would i be lossing alot ... thanks

    If you know the quality of your parts, it might be worth pulling it apart and putting some lower compression pistons in it? I would be happy to talk to you on the phone if you want to PM or email me at obnoxious001@yahoo.com.

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    thats a great deal.
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    Stupid question but is a bbc or a bbf. Im interested in it if its bbf. you can call me at 813-390-5112. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mewell View Post
    Stupid question but is a bbc or a bbf. Im interested in it if its bbf. you can call me at 813-390-5112. Thanks
    Sorry I didn't think to post that,, BBC. Thanks for asking.

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    What model is the crankshaft? Are the center counterweights removed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunslinger View Post
    What model is the crankshaft? Are the center counterweights removed?
    No center counterweights, don't see a model number on the crank. PM an email address if you would like photos.

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