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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #1 on: 24.02. 2012 11:52 »
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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #2 on: 24.02. 2012 19:15 »
hi guys, looks the same as an A65 crank to me others would be able to confirm,cheers
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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #3 on: 24.02. 2012 19:34 »
Hi, A65 has stroke 74 mm,timing main ID 1,5 in, A10 84 mm and 1,375  in.

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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #4 on: 25.02. 2012 08:51 »
Hi, how much does a crank regrind cost nowdays?
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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #5 on: 25.02. 2012 08:58 »
Have a look on the SRM website. That should be the most that you'll have to pay. They are good though. Cheers

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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #6 on: 25.02. 2012 10:56 »
Hey guys, I just sent the guy a query about that 'cos I saw it just before I came along here, and I took a picture of mine that I haven't reinstalled yet, at as close to the same camera angle as I could, and I reckon if you look at a line across from the bottom of the T/S main to the top of the Big end of mine(it has blue tape on for protection), his seems to not have the same offset like mine seems to(his overlaps)-, do you know what I mean?? Unless it's just the camera angle, it has symptoms of A65??  Am I p***in' in the wind?? I just don't want to see anyone lose out. I think I had a new one of them back in the '70's, but it was too complicated then so let it go!! cheers, Dutch
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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #7 on: 25.02. 2012 19:40 »
His stating that the timing side main is 1.5" should make it obvious what the crank is!

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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #8 on: 26.02. 2012 03:00 »
He's changed the ad to A65.
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Re: A10 crank
« Reply #9 on: 26.02. 2012 10:41 »
I had an 'e-yarn' with him, and he's an ok dude,working on what he was assured,so I gave him links to SRM and this forum, and he has a project A10 of his own, so you may hear from him soon. He's most apologetic about the apparent mistake,and wouldn't have known had someone not queried it, mind you I also pointed out I know enough to be dangerous ,so verify all.
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