Looking for A good EE crank
Michael, what size journals? it is real tuff to find one std. since the rear main is always under size after run a long time.
Joe I don't want to go more than 10 under
I've got two, but both have been turned. I doubt more than .020, but finding one that will finish at less than .020 is nearly impossible, unless you find one that is new old stock. I'm sure someone does, but if they are willing to part with it; you'd better have deep pockets.
10 just knocking the dust off it, I know of a early crank ground .060" pulling a 4 door sedan around with not much change out of 20 years!
Maybe just one of the LUCKY! ones.
As Terry said good luck with that one most go 20 under on the mains and 10 on the rods.
If you want to drive to Michigan with a Mic I probably have 40 to 60 of them to check. Yes I said that many and they are all EEís or rectangular throws not diamonds. We have bought everyone we have seen the past 25 years.
I have a 26/27 crank that has been rebuilt back to STD. Last one of a batch I had done a few years ago. Not sure if it is an EE or not. ( Will look if someone wants it). PM me if you want more info. Dan
How can one tell if their crank is a ee? I have a 1926 crank but donít know where to look. Thanks. Tim Franko
On the throws is mark, or on the crank pulley end is "E E"
nice crank gear!
Nice catch Dan!
sent a pm
Dan, I would not use any but that style! I would of added the bronze top gear to go with it!