Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by blwnsmke, Aug 21, 2008.
If I was to look at a crank how would I tell if its an actual LS crank?
Dang.. Theres no stampings on it or anything?? What do you mic the journals?
Walk up to the crank and be like 'yo baby, are you an LS or what?'
LMFAO!:laughing1:Id rep you but I gotta spread it, that was great!
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.
Can the machine shop tell me what the stroke is of the crank so I can know for sure its a LS crank??
yes you can, but first get the specs, (dealership, internet, haynes, etc)
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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