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    Default WTB crank

    i need a steel crank for bbc

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    what stroke?

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    I have a Velasco 5" ???????

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    I have a steel 427 Std/Std crank.

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    I have a 5140 steel crank BBC externally balanced $500 plus shipping. Std=std

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    I have a steel 427 Std/Std crank.

    Paul

    6223 ?

    How much ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    I have a Velasco 5" ???????

    how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    6223 ?

    How much ?
    I will check the number tonight. $200 should be fair. Ohflat gets first shot since he was asking, although he has a bunch of great options right here to choose from.

    Maybe we could trade strait accross, mine for your Velasco.

    Paul
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    I have a liteweight 4.300 stroke billet scat std, std and a liteweight 4.000 stroke crower std, std both cranks weigh in at about 62 or 63 lbs. Both in great condition.

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    I got the Hank crank in trade for some other parts. I really don't know much about it ? If somebody was serious, I would have it magged just to make sure it is crack free !

    Paul, that 6223 is what I use in the K ,,,, now you'll think I'm nuts

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    454 crank pms sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    6223 ?

    How much ?
    Yes, it is a 6223, and I just double checked to make sure, it is Std/Std. But I always knew you were nuts.

    I will talk with Ohflat and see if it fits his needs or not.

    Paul

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