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Old 02-18-2000, 10:24 PM
Benzmac Benzmac is offline
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I have seen this, but in most cases the end of the crank is in the pulley still. The pins usually round off the crank and then shear it. If your crank is OK, go and play the Lotto. You are lucky!!!! These are good engines, but they shake and break things loose from time to time.

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