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Crank rebuild specs

Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by robertf, May 28, 2008.

  1. robertf

    robertf Donation Time

    Got a call from the machine shop and the section I copied from the Haynes book isn't detailed enough for a rebuild. Does anyone have all of the rebuild numbers and tolerances they would need for a 1725? I tried searching but couldn't find the tolerances.
     
  2. Wombat

    Wombat Donation Time

    Robert

    If you haven't already found it, here is what the online 1725 manual says about crankshafts:

    http://www.rootes1725cc.info/wsm145/wsm_ii/page17.htm

    I have checked all the documentation I have (including the Chrysler OZ factory manual for the 1725 Hillman Hunter) and cannot find anything more.

    Don't know if this is any more info than the Haynes manual, but it is probably all there is .............
     
  3. RootesRacer

    RootesRacer Donation Time

    I gotta tell ya, the machine shops I have dealt with on the sunbeam internals usually want a rod, the NEW bearings the NEW pistons prior to starting machine work (boring or grinding).

    They wont even take the dimensions I give them, they want to measure it out to make sure its all going to fit since they usually dont have factory specs on hand.
     

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