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Old 02-02-2006, 21:33   #1 (permalink)
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el/ef crank and storing cranks ?????

i just got an el crank at the time i thort it was an ef are the two the same?? my plan was to put it in to a 250 x-flow bilt for strate gas. also what is the best way of storing them with out worping, cant sit it in the block yet coz i need to do the rear main seal to mach the el crank

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Re: el/ef crank and storing cranks ?????

To store hang the crank vertically (Strong wire or chain).
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Re: el/ef crank and storing cranks ?????

thanks, there hanging from the roof now, dose any one know if the el and ef cranks the same?? the el one i got has 12 counter whates (2 on each rod)
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thanks, there hanging from the roof now, dose any one know if the el and ef cranks the same?? the el one i got has 12 counter whates (2 on each rod)
hi, ef and el cranks are different. but you got the good one. cheers
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