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My crank shaft is nacked at the end wear the fred is some one hit with a hammer so i need anthoer one

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You will spend $300 on a new crank plus the $700 cost of installing it. Would you like to spend $1000 or $125 on the repair? Just go to Sears an purchase a metric Tap and Die set. Now you have a tool that will repair the messed up threads on the crank and will also repair threads on nuts and threaded holes. Just be sure the set that you buy has a large enough die for the crank. You could also just buy the single die and the die holder for even less cost. Go to this site if Sears doesn't have what you need.

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