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The whole parts of enjine are stript i want to put everything back including,crane shaft,cameshaft and cylinderhead and disributor

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Sorry, but I never heard of a crane shaft, nor have I ever heard of a cameshaft! The correct terminology would be a CRANKshaft and a CAMshaft!

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