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Old 09-08-2011, 09:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Ohio Hab
Hope that block was next to free, look's very rough. Around here in NW OHIO, $ 400-$500 total for machine work, for standard machine work. That block look's like from the photo, that it need's a prayer.
actually this block is in better shape than it looks and it being an 010 block it is hard to crack, like jason says, I will definitely keep you all posted if it good or bad, and I will not pay 400 or 500 bucks to any machine shop, here in Florida we are surrounded by al bunch of machine shops so its competetive so you get quality work for a good price. I was quoted 500 bucks, but that was if it needed aligned and notching it out for the 400 crank, but even thought I bought this crank today, I'm thinking about just buying a stroker kit with everything all ready balanced.Oh well I'm learning as I go on and I'm sure I can get my money back for the crank.
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