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Old 09-30-2016, 01:39 PM   #1
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How much is a crank for a 1998 cr 85?

And how much for labor to replace one? Is it even worth doing being that old?
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In '98 it would have been a CR 80. The OEM Honda crank isn't that much, $130. There is company named Wrench Rabbit that offers a complete engine rebuild kit that includes the crankshaft with main bearings and seals, piston kit with wrist pin bearing, water pump rebuild parts, and all gasket and seals needed for $325.00. Is the cylinder still usable? The older 2 strokes usually have issues with the plating on the cylinder.
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In '98 it would have been a CR 80. The OEM Honda crank isn't that much, $130. There is company named Wrench Rabbit that offers a complete engine rebuild kit that includes the crankshaft with main bearings and seals, piston kit with wrist pin bearing, water pump rebuild parts, and all gasket and seals needed for $325.00. Is the cylinder still usable? The older 2 strokes usually have issues with the plating on the cylinder.
How can you tell if still usaable
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How can you tell if still usaable
Make sure the cylinder wall isn't scarred up...
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