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I was looking at anywhere from 4 to 30+ weeks for a new crank....Then Bob at MadCap told me he had one.....Winberg, counterweights cut for 7" rods, which is the length I run, 5" stroke sitting on the shelf....evidently someone ordered it and never picked it up....well, it's mine now.....






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I was looking at anywhere from 4 to 30+ weeks for a new crank....Then Bob at MadCap told me he had one.....Winberg, counterweights cut for 7" rods, which is the length I run, 5" stroke sitting on the shelf....evidently someone ordered it and never picked it up....well, it's mine now.....






Nice. So that is what a 5 inch stroke crankshaft looks like. Take care. Tom Worthington


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Really great finish detail....
Top Shelf for sure
 
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Really nice looking crankshaft.


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"Dunning-Kruger Effect"
-a type of Cognitive bias where people with little expertise or ability assume they have superior expertise or ability. This overestimation occurs as a result of the fact that they do not have enough knowledge to know they don't have enough knowledge.

Before you argue with someone ask yourself, "Is this person mentally mature enough to grasp the concept of a different perspective?" If not there is no point to argue.

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That is pretty. Who scratched it dammit? I know that wasn't cheap.


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I run a Winberg billet in mine, very nice piece indeed
 
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BMF crank

I bought a Lunati Pro crankshaft for my sbc back in the middle 2000's, had a lot of similar finish
work done on it.

World of Outlaws sprint car crankshaft.
 
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VERY NICE equipment! Had to get it while ya could! Nicely done!
 
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yeah, it stung......but it's one less thing to worry about going back together with my stuff.


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