cant find 17/18 kx250f OEM rod

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2/8/2018 12:39 PM

cant find a oem rod for my 17 kx250f. partzilla only has full crank and same with my local dealer only complete cranks, is there a reason for this? i dont really want to run any after market brands (only cirrilo but they to much $$$) what is pro x like?

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2/8/2018 12:51 PM

Did a quick search and could only find complete crank assemblies. Sorry bud. Hope someone else can help you out

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2/8/2018 12:52 PM

Same

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2/8/2018 12:53 PM

Pro-x is basically oem...run it

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2/8/2018 12:56 PM

because kawasaki doesnt sell them seperately. Id almost just buy an entire oem crank than risk an aftermarket brand rod. Wiseco and hotrods dont exactly have great reputations. I believe carillo rods are $350 anyways.

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2/8/2018 12:58 PM

kb228 wrote:

because kawasaki doesnt sell them seperately. Id almost just buy an entire oem crank than risk an aftermarket brand rod. Wiseco and hotrods dont exactly have great reputations. I believe carillo rods are $350 anyways.

The whole assembly is like $350 for OEM. Seems like a no-brainer

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2/8/2018 1:01 PM

kb228 wrote:

because kawasaki doesnt sell them seperately. Id almost just buy an entire oem crank than risk an aftermarket brand rod. Wiseco and hotrods dont exactly have great reputations. I believe carillo rods are $350 anyways.

zehn wrote:

The whole assembly is like $350 for OEM. Seems like a no-brainer

Agreed. Plus the benefit of not doing rebuild labor

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2/8/2018 1:11 PM

thanks guys same thing my mate recons the oem crank aswell and avoid after market brands and labour for fitting rod ect

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2/8/2018 1:17 PM

JD#442_NZ wrote:

cant find a oem rod for my 17 kx250f. partzilla only has full crank and same with my local dealer only complete cranks, is there a reason for this? i dont really want to run any after market brands (only cirrilo but they to much $$$) what is pro x like?

ProX uses the majority of suppliers the OEMs do, their parts are good quality.

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2/8/2018 1:19 PM

If your fully into racing and hammering the motor then yes oem, if you are not then the other options would be fine. Id has at a geuss many of the aftermarket failures are due to the person working on the engine..of course there are parts failures with all.

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2/8/2018 1:22 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/8/2018 1:24 PM

Call Crank works in Arizona. 480-897-1746 When it comes to anything crank wise they will know it. They build cranks for many of the factory and factory support teams. My suggestion is grab there in house made rod i was working there when they started building the prototypes of them. It is the best rod you can get hands down. I have had the same cwi rod in the bike for 8 years of abuse. All ive done is new bearings and re true it. Phil the owner is a smart dude. An they are used to shipping parts all over the world. So shipping wont be a big deal either.

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