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Crankshaft Overhaul

Have your worn out ES125/150 or TS125/150 crankshaft overhauled by us.
 
Simply send us your old worn out (but undamaged) crankshaft and we will supply and fit a new Con-Rod kit, balance and align the flywheels and return your regenerated crankshaft to you using the Parcelforce Express 48 service (additional £16.50 charge).
£125.00

Have your worn out ETZ125/150 crankshaft overhauled by us.

 

Simply send us your old worn out (but undamaged) crankshaft and we will supply and fit a new Con-Rod kit, balance and align the flywheels and return your regenerated crankshaft to you using the Parcelforce Express 48 service (additional £16.50 charge).

 

£125.00

Have your worn out ES250/2 Trophy or ETS250 Trophy Sport crankshaft overhauled by us.

 

Simply send us your old worn out (but undamaged) crankshaft and we will supply and fit a new Con-Rod kit, balance and align the flywheels and return your regenerated crankshaft to you using the Parcelforce Express 48 service (additional £16.50 charge).

 

£145.00

Have your worn out TS250 or TS250/1 Supa-5 crankshaft overhauled by us.

 

Simply send us your old worn out (but undamaged) crankshaft and we will supply and fit a new Con-Rod kit, balance and align the flywheels and return your regenerated crankshaft to you using the Parcelforce Express 48 service (additional £16.50 charge).

 

£125.00

Have your worn out ETZ-250/300, ETZ-251/301 crankshaft overhauled by us. Note This is only for machines with a 32mm big end crank pin. If in doubt, please contact us before purchasing this service.

 

Simply send us your old worn out (but undamaged) crankshaft and we will supply and fit a new Con-Rod kit, balance and align the flywheels and return your regenerated crankshaft to you using the Parcelforce Express 48 service (additional £16.50 charge).

 

£125.00
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