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Not a common problem
it is very rare for any crank to break
if there is a history of engine rebuild with a crankshaft regrind and that left a square edge on a journal , that would be a reason
hydraulic locking may have twisted a crank
but again there would have been a major overhaul involved
if the engine was modified for power performance ( hotted up) then the extra rpms and compressions pressures would add to the beak problem
but generally no , it is not a manufacturer problem as such
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