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  1. #61
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    S Texas
    I sell 'em on Ebay. Fairly popular.

  2. #62
    Boolit Buddy 44magLeo's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
    Lebanon, NY
    I tinker with old motorcycles. Some have a built up crank made out of flywheels an shafts. Assembling these cranks isn't hard, a 20 ton press works great, getting them straight is the problem.
    The repair manual that talk about crank build say to use a lead hammer for truing.
    Place the crank on vee block, use dial indicators to find the spots where they are off. Then set them on the floor and hit the flywheels with the lead hammer to align the parts, place back in the blocks, check the true, repeat as needed to get the crank to spin true.
    The lead hammer can hit the flywheels hard enough to move the parts without hurting the flywheels.
    That's why I made one. Used the soda can, it may be heavy but you don't have to swing it hard to get the job done.

  3. #63
    Boolit Mold
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    Sep 2017
    Quote Originally Posted by 220swiftfn View Post
    When I read the OP, I was thinking "soda can"........

    LMAO. That is funny

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