crank works in tempe az any good?

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9/25/2019 12:13 PM

like the title says, any of you guys used them and were you happy with the crank afterwards, thanks..

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9/25/2019 12:19 PM

Used them for a few jet ski cranks. I absolutely recommend them.

Have a friend who just had three jet ski cranks repaired by them. They seem to be top notch.

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

9/25/2019 2:27 PM

I use to work there when i lived in Arizona. They do alot of crank work and rebuilds for alot of factory and factory support teams.They are great guys. Phil runs a top notch facility, they can build you a damn near bullet proof crank. That shop is the best in the business.

Don't know what bike you have but spend a little extra and have them balance it (you may need to send your piston in if its not stock) and weld the pin. If you need a new rod. Buy their in house pro rod. I was there for the R&D for it. It's ran in quite a few factory and privateer bikes and has a few sx and as titles to it. I put that rod in my massivly built up 08 kx270 big bore has a touch over 100 hours on the rod itself I've rebuilt the crank twice threw new bearing in and it's been fine.

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9/25/2019 3:24 PM

They are the best of the best available in the sport. You’d be shocked how many bikes at an SX are using their bottom ends.

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9/25/2019 3:44 PM

Yes!

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9/25/2019 4:09 PM

Thanks, i have s nos rod kit for an 84 kx125 I'm going to use. Eric gorr is doing the motor and suggested them. Its a vmx bike and parts are a pain to source sometimes. Thanks everyone👍

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9/25/2019 4:28 PM

I had Eric Gorr’s KX310 2-stroke (started as an ‘01 KX250) for a few years. 74mm piston.

Went it came time to refresh, I asked about a 327. He recommended sending the piston/crank etc to CrankWorks and they balanced and took stroke to 76mm. That was 15 years ago.

It ran great and still does. Friend has it now and enjoys taking his sons to the ohv park year round on his KX327 green sticker bike.

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9/25/2019 5:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2019 5:15 PM

I sent my 06 crf250 to crank works, very impressed with there shop, service, and how they sent the crank back.


Photo I had them lighten, polish, rebuild this one.
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9/25/2019 6:47 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/25/2019 6:49 PM

Got a link or am I gonna have to go Google it?

Google it, ya lazy bum.

Me:
http://crankworks.com/

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2015 Kawasaki KX 250F
2015 GasGas TXT Racing 125
2015 Husqvarna TC 125
2018 KTM 150 XC-W

9/25/2019 7:24 PM

HighPlainsSquid wrote:

Got a link or am I gonna have to go Google it?

Google it, ya lazy bum.

Me:
http://crankworks.com/

got it, its going!! thanks

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9/27/2019 10:57 PM

rob162 wrote:

I use to work there when i lived in Arizona. They do alot of crank work and rebuilds for alot of factory and factory support teams.They are great guys. Phil runs a top notch facility, they can build you a damn near bullet proof crank. That shop is the best in the business.

Don't know what bike you have but spend a little extra and have them balance it (you may need to send your piston in if its not stock) and weld the pin. If you need a new rod. Buy their in house pro rod. I was there for the R&D for it. It's ran in quite a few factory and privateer bikes and has a few sx and as titles to it. I put that rod in my massivly built up 08 kx270 big bore has a touch over 100 hours on the rod itself I've rebuilt the crank twice threw new bearing in and it's been fine.

X3

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9/28/2019 3:45 AM

rob162 wrote:

I use to work there when i lived in Arizona. They do alot of crank work and rebuilds for alot of factory and factory support teams.They are great guys. Phil runs a top notch facility, they can build you a damn near bullet proof crank. That shop is the best in the business.

Don't know what bike you have but spend a little extra and have them balance it (you may need to send your piston in if its not stock) and weld the pin. If you need a new rod. Buy their in house pro rod. I was there for the R&D for it. It's ran in quite a few factory and privateer bikes and has a few sx and as titles to it. I put that rod in my massivly built up 08 kx270 big bore has a touch over 100 hours on the rod itself I've rebuilt the crank twice threw new bearing in and it's been fine.

Rebuilt with new pins twice or are you saying put new main bearings in?

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