TRANSMISSION

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brad smith
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Re: TRANSMISSION

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Here is another pic of the damage crank
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Re: TRANSMISSION

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Looks pretty bad to me
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Re: TRANSMISSION

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Ok Thanks. I don’t know what is bad or not.
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Re: TRANSMISSION

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BLOCK IS CRACKED WHERE THE ROD BEARING CAME APART. YO CAN SEE A CRACK OUTSIDE AND ALSO ON THE INSIDE. SO BLOCK IS JUST A BOAT ANCHOR. LOL
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Re: TRANSMISSION

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brad smith wrote:BLOCK IS CRACKED WHERE THE ROD BEARING CAME APART. YO CAN SEE A CRACK OUTSIDE AND ALSO ON THE INSIDE. SO BLOCK IS JUST A BOAT ANCHOR. LOL

Oh wow! That stinks
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