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please,
can somebody tell me the price of a secondhand crankshaft??:confused:
I really need to know and I don't have any idea.:doh:

-price of crankshaft?
-price of crankshaft with all the bearings and caps..
thank you verry much.!
btw, is this easy to get?:confused:

greetz
 

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Did you check Ebay, I do see parts pop up every once in a while.
 

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well I don't see them and can't find this at this time, believe me, I have searched the net for hours. It's to big these days,
If a member here could tell me a specific price he could help me right away....

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New from Ron Ayers
Parts found with Part Number: 39158-1052
Description SHAFT-ASSY-DRIVE
Price $174.86

Parts found with Part Number: 42034-1035
Description COUPLING,DRIVE SHAFT,
Price $63.60
plus all the luttle parts, circlip, nut, spacer etc.. so you are looking at $250 plus.. new

Used, I've picked them up for $10-35 on ebay
 

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thanks, it gives me a bit of an idea.

I need it for a block I'm working on.
I askt the regular price because I found a dealer here in belgium and he wanted to sell it to me for 500$ (secondhand) , with the bearings around.

Should I do this ??
I guess not and better wait for a better price.....?
buth It's not easy to find..

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If you can get the crank for $500 and as long as it is within spec, it's cheaper than a new one. The bearings attached comment has me wondering though unless you are referring to the connecting rod bearings and rods. That would be OK. The main bearings in our crankcases are factory mounted and are not replaceable. There is no part number for them. I know, I tried because I was under the false assumption that I'd burned one out because of the noise I thought it made. I later found (after I had the engine torn down completely) that the noise was my ACCTs not functioning properly.
 
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