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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#106 Post by Vinpg » Fri May 04, 2018 1:53 am

Prices ended up higher, got the bill for shipping after it hit Can. was 4,000.00, I'm gonna tell Lane any forum member that purchases a set will get the crank seals again

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#107 Post by AHAMAYfrank » Fri May 04, 2018 9:26 pm

Just a bit of information.

I have been interested in purchasing a set of crankshafts since I first saw this thread.

On the Driveline Performance website the Crankshaft sets appear to be $1K plus $100 tax with no shipping to me in Georgia. Not including the seal kit.

On e-bay they are $1K no tax, but $34 shipping to Georgia. Also with no seal kit.

Maybe Vinpg will chime in to instruct us in the best way to purchase a set of cranks and seals.

Frank S.
1973 Yamaha AT3 e-start, 1977 Yamaha TY250D, 1985 RZ500, 1987 Suzuki RG500CH, 1991/2014 TZR450F Yamaha, 1991TZ250B Yamaha, 1991 Yamaha TZR250R, 2005 Scorpa SY250R, 2017 Ducati SuperSport939S (for the runners)

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#108 Post by Vinpg » Sat May 05, 2018 11:01 pm

Frank I'm gonna work on that, UN benounced to everyone I had cranks bought and not paid for and alot of problems that I chalked up to that's business I guess, so Lane is a very trustworthy friend has agreed to do this for me and I'm letting him run it, but I will find out those answers

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#109 Post by Smoker » Sat May 05, 2018 11:56 pm

You know that everyone that has ever posted on this website feels that they deserve a "special" discount.

Regardless of how much "free" advice you've given over the years. :smt102

I, for one, hope you're able to put a good amount of profit in your pocket for taking on a job that no one else is willing to do.

Thanks for putting your ass, and your cash, on the line for us. :supz:

Your ass, because dickheads will talk shit, if you make the slightest mistake....

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#110 Post by Vinpg » Sun May 06, 2018 12:04 am

Thanks Smoker

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#111 Post by Vinpg » Sun May 06, 2018 8:14 pm

Ok the free seal kit is back on, Lane told me our friendly govt. is wanting to tax all states, Amazon takes taxes on Washington no matter what, that site should only tax Michigan buyers so that needs to be fixed too, so no taxes and free seal kit with the purchase of a pair...

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#112 Post by AHAMAYfrank » Sat May 12, 2018 10:42 pm

Thanks Gus :cool:

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#113 Post by vdrive » Wed May 16, 2018 3:36 am

Smoker wrote:You know that everyone that has ever posted on this website feels that they deserve a "special" discount.

Regardless of how much "free" advice you've given over the years. :smt102

I, for one, hope you're able to put a good amount of profit in your pocket for taking on a job that no one else is willing to do.

Thanks for putting your ass, and your cash, on the line for us. :supz:

Your ass, because dickheads will talk shit, if you make the slightest mistake....
I have never asked for any special deal....... as a manufacture I know what stuff costs ........ Andrew

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#114 Post by silverstrom » Wed May 16, 2018 11:50 am

Has anyone here bought cranks and received them?
1985 RZ500 1GE Spec
1985 RZ500 47X Spec Project Bike
1986 RG500 ATR
1986 NS400R
1987 TZR250
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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#115 Post by AHAMAYfrank » Wed May 16, 2018 1:49 pm

silverstrom wrote:Has anyone here bought cranks and received them?
Just checking my tracking # on line.
It says they are sitting on my front porch now :smt023
1973 Yamaha AT3 e-start, 1977 Yamaha TY250D, 1985 RZ500, 1987 Suzuki RG500CH, 1991/2014 TZR450F Yamaha, 1991TZ250B Yamaha, 1991 Yamaha TZR250R, 2005 Scorpa SY250R, 2017 Ducati SuperSport939S (for the runners)

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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#116 Post by AHAMAYfrank » Wed May 16, 2018 9:56 pm

AHAMAYfrank wrote:
silverstrom wrote:Has anyone here bought cranks and received them?
Just checking my tracking # on line.
It says they are sitting on my front porch now :smt023
Well the tracking info was correct and Clubby is impressed.

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Packaged well and including the seal kit!!!

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Thanks to Gus and Lane for talkin' the talk and walkin' the walk..

Frank S.
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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#117 Post by silverstrom » Wed May 16, 2018 11:10 pm

Did you buy on eBay or from their website Frank? Just wondering which is easiest. Did you have to mention the seal kit when you ordered, or was it automatically included?


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1985 RZ500 47X Spec Project Bike
1986 RG500 ATR
1986 NS400R
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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#118 Post by BigGuy » Wed May 16, 2018 11:23 pm

silverstrom wrote:Did you buy on eBay or from their website Frank? Just wondering which is easiest. Did you have to mention the seal kit when you ordered, or was it automatically included?


John
I am wondering the same thing?
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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#119 Post by 2smoke » Thu May 17, 2018 12:00 am

Now lets see whats in the boxes
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Re: Crankshaft assemblies

#120 Post by AHAMAYfrank » Thu May 17, 2018 9:07 pm

silverstrom wrote:Did you buy on eBay or from their website Frank? Just wondering which is easiest. Did you have to mention the seal kit when you ordered, or was it automatically included?


John
John,

I looked on the website and didn't see a way to include the seal kit without additional cost or a phone call. On e-bay the seal kit is listed as included with a pair of cranks, so I just went that way.

I think I placed my order on Sunday evening and they arrived at our place in rural Georgia on Wednesday. $999.90 + 33.82 shipping. :smt023

A good bit faster than it takes to send a letter these days.

Frank S.
1973 Yamaha AT3 e-start, 1977 Yamaha TY250D, 1985 RZ500, 1987 Suzuki RG500CH, 1991/2014 TZR450F Yamaha, 1991TZ250B Yamaha, 1991 Yamaha TZR250R, 2005 Scorpa SY250R, 2017 Ducati SuperSport939S (for the runners)

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