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Old December 12th, 2007, 08:18 AM   #1
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Exclamation SOLD - 12-lobe 70's CJ 258 crank & rods (stroker parts)

Motor already pulled, but was from running Jeep. This is the heavier crank that is desireable if you are building for torque vs. horsepower.

Still intact - have the whole motor if you need other misc parts from it. It does not have power steering. $150


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Old December 13th, 2007, 02:30 PM   #2
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all i need are the crank and rods, would you take less???? im on a poor mans budget...
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Old December 13th, 2007, 02:33 PM   #3
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This is the heavier crank that is desireable if you are building for torque vs. horsepower
How would a heavier crank build more torque?
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Old December 13th, 2007, 02:45 PM   #4
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How would a heavier crank build more torque?
It has more mass, so it carries its momentum and does not slow down as quickly when it meets resistance. This makes your motor more resistant to an rpm drop and less likely to stall at low rpms.

The lighter cranks will allow you to spin up faster. Its a matter of preference depending on the purpose for which you are building the motor.

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I don't beleive mass is your friend, in any rotating part. It would create a lot more stress on all the internals. Any way I'm sure there arn't too many choices when it comes to jeep cranks either.
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so back to my question, would you be willing to take less or are you set on the price?
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I don't beleive mass is your friend, in any rotating part. It would create a lot more stress on all the internals. Any way I'm sure there arn't too many choices when it comes to jeep cranks either.
That's really great, but I don't care if you don't believe me. Its physics. That's the way heavy-casting 258 engines were built for years.


If you think there aren't many choices, I have some cranks to sell you.
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um, ok, maybe you cant see my posts. ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE LESS OR DO YOU WANT TO GET RID OF IT THIS WEEK???
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nevermind, someone else read this and im buying thiers.
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Hey Mark I'll take it for some shop credit
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I'll consider it. Waiting to hear back from someone on a package deal right now.
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