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    Any way to order the parts for this? Crane Energizers...

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    Ive done some Jesel stuff, get the bearing numbers and hit a bearing supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    Any way to order the parts for this? Crane Energizers...

    If anyone would know it would be this guy GS PRoducts. Send him an e-mail. He was at Crane for 22 years and is now their largest stocking warehouse of hard core parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    Any way to order the parts for this? Crane Energizers...
    NOt sure specifically about the energizers, but I've assembled and rebuilt a ton of rockers and it's a little tricky depending on the shape of the body. You'll need to come up with a decent fixture to support the rocker so you don't dmage it. A large arbor press might have enough press to do it, but those bearings are in there pretty tight...might need a small hyd. press.
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    I've seen a few of the Energizers break in the body. I gues they are cast aluminum. Now may be a better time to upgrade ?

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    Thanks for the input guys.

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    Last time a saw a TEAGUE advertisment, he was selling Crane Golds for BBC cheaper than Jegs or Sumitt, I believe the price was 279.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbletop409 View Post
    Last time a saw a TEAGUE advertisment, he was selling Crane Golds for BBC cheaper than Jegs or Sumitt, I believe the price was 279.
    now there $289 they have the corners rounded to clear
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    NOt sure specifically about the energizers, but I've assembled and rebuilt a ton of rockers and it's a little tricky depending on the shape of the body. You'll need to come up with a decent fixture to support the rocker so you don't dmage it. A large arbor press might have enough press to do it, but those bearings are in there pretty tight...might need a small hyd. press.
    The jesels Ive got have the bearing hole in a 6 degrees, those are fun to deal with.lol
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