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    Cr500 rebuild advice

    Got a question. Iíve ran my engine for 3 seasons and have never had the bottom end apart. I feel like itís time replace the crank and bearings etc. whatís the best, most cost effective way to go about it? Anyone have good luck with hotrods bottom end kits? Thanks in advance.

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    If you want the best send it to Falicon, let them rebuild it and get one of their rods and let them suggest if it needs new crank halves. Not cheap but they know what they're doing.jmo

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    Ken O'CONNOR Racing rebuilt my original crank. He supplied the pro x rod, crank pin , washers and both rod bearings. 205 dollars shipped back to me last winter.

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    Trying to do this on my own.

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    You would need to press the crank apart and back together.
    Then true it.
    205 seems pretty reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foundreverse View Post
    Got a question. Iíve ran my engine for 3 seasons and have never had the bottom end apart. I feel like itís time replace the crank and bearings etc. whatís the best, most cost effective way to go about it? Anyone have good luck with hotrods bottom end kits? Thanks in advance.
    I have Hot Rods Cranks in all of my motors. I send mine to Jim Zimmerman in Montana.

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