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Old 06-05-2003, 05:36 AM
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I am still waiting for my PAW catalog and was wondering if the rotating assembles from PAW are balanced where purchased in a complete kit????

Also is PAW a quality place to buy products from?

Oh looking at getting the 406 kit.

Appreciate any help.

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They will state in the catalog whether they are balanced. I would guess stock type ones may have an extra charge for that and the strokers are most likely balanced when sent out. I and many people I know have used PAW since the early '80's and I haven't had or heard of any problems/complaints.
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I USED PAW FOR A FULL ENGINE REBUILD KIT LESS THE CRANK(DUE TO SHIPPING WEIGHT)FOR MY BRO/INLAWS ASTRO,THEY EVEN ASKED ME IF THERE WAS ANY PARTS I COULD GET IN THE U.K. TO SAVE ME SHIPPING WEIGHT.
IT COST ME JUST OVER $200 .THE ASTRO IS STILL GOING STRONG AFTER 4YEARS.I"D RECOMMEND PAW ANYTIME! ...PHIL
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