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    Default Re: Ford 1300 Main bearing replacement - How is is done?l

    ouch.. they liked that crank! too bad an 1100 or something running in a salvage yard couldn't have been found.

    good luck on the repair.

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    Soundguy:
    The crank I got was from an 1110 I think. Even the 10 series used that crank in the smallest model. That crank was the cheapest I found. Most other places wanted $750 up. Most of those had also been ground .020. The one I bought was standard. Since new cranks are no longer available through Ford, used cranks sell for near new price. When new cranks were available through Ford they were just over $900.
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    Default Re: Ford 1300 Main bearing replacement - How is is done?l

    Quote Originally Posted by TraderMark View Post
    Soundguy:
    The crank I got was from an 1110 I think. Even the 10 series used that crank in the smallest model. That crank was the cheapest I found. Most other places wanted $750 up. Most of those had also been ground .020. The one I bought was standard. Since new cranks are no longer available through Ford, used cranks sell for near new price. When new cranks were available through Ford they were just over $900.


    at this point.. I guess you are lucky to have found one.

    scut front end 4wd parts are $hard$ to find I hear as well.

    good luck!

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