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AngM018 AngM018 is offline
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Last I heard you could not buy a new 930 crank???? Did I hear wrong??? If it does get lost (figures crossed for ya) then go for a 964 crank and stroke that bad boy. a few guys have already done it, and I wish I had. My crank was scratched on one bearing, and when I asked EBS racing if it could be replaced, they said they no longer offer new. I wish I knew I could of gone 964 at the time.

On another note. I have been hearing a lot about the poor quality of replacement bearings (search on the rebuild forum). This worries me, b/c I just finished a rebuild with glyco bearings. You may want to do some extra research just so you dont spin another bearing.
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