Crankshaft - replacement costs

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Crankshaft - replacement costs

Postby NEIL_HUTCH » Wed Aug 30, 2017 10:22 am

I know loads has been posted on crank upgrades/replacements.
My low mileage kitted 125, will twist It's standard crank pretty soon.
I was quoted £640+ for putting a quality one in and replacing the bearings, seals and rolling road, is this a reasonable quote?
I normally pay cash too
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Re: Crankshaft - replacement costs

Postby mikey 69 » Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:52 pm

Depends what crank etc they are gonna put in and if it is a ride in / ride out service
If they are going to drop and rebuild engine,supply all parts and put in back in set up ready then yes
If not NO
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Re: Crankshaft - replacement costs

Postby NEIL_HUTCH » Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:54 pm

Cheers, it seemed ok. The last one I had done was a longer crank on my old P2, packing plates, bearings & seals was £550 ish.
I'll call them, I'd expect the worb5/equicvalent one or will pay a bit extra for it.
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