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Identifing LS crank

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by blwnsmke, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. blwnsmke

    blwnsmke New Member

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    If I was to look at a crank how would I tell if its an actual LS crank?
     
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    get a micrometer and specs.
     
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    Dang.. Theres no stampings on it or anything?? What do you mic the journals?
     
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    Walk up to the crank and be like 'yo baby, are you an LS or what?'
     
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    LMFAO!:laughing1:Id rep you but I gotta spread it, that was great!
     
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    I got a crank with a small flat ground on one throw, and on that flat the characters "B1" are etched in. What would that mean? I bought the brank with a B18A1 block, so Im assuming it doesnt simply mean its a B18B1 crank.
     
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    Can the machine shop tell me what the stroke is of the crank so I can know for sure its a LS crank??
     
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    yes you can, but first get the specs, (dealership, internet, haynes, etc)
     
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    Ok.. I needed to know cause I am fixing to go get a crank thats suppose to be a LS crank. Just wanted to know for sure it is.
     
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