If the crank needs cut, check into getting a new one. You will have about the same money into it. If you decide to keep the one you have and have it cut, you need to cut it until there is no more damaged surface. I don't know if 10 thousands will do it. The machine shop will know. Then, you have to get bearings to fit to whatever amount was cut.
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 AT 2:38 AM