puch moped lightened unstuffed race crankshaft
puch moped race crankshaft unstuffed



performance race crank for puch e50 engines. uses the standard bearings and seals. for rad racers on budgets or those just in need of a new crank for their stock setup.

from the cranks we've tested lately this one is for sure one of the best in current circulation for those who would rather buy tacos than stuffing

uses 12x15x15 needle bearing. your kit may be able to accommodate a wider needle bearing like 12x15x16 or 12x15x17.5 if you want to use one, measure to be sure!

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5 of 5 The Best Crank! September 20, 2015
taco eater : KnuckleHead from Long Beach, CA United States  
Ironically the cheapest crank is the best! Sure Rito's are beefy, but they are heavy. This crank is lighter and noticeably faster. IT has held up to everything i have thrown at it, plus brass bushing for clutch bell rides nice and snug opposed to a rito where they ride super sloppy.

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1 of 5 Upset June 25, 2014
taco eater : Anonymous Person from IL United States  
My friend and I ordered both ordered this crank. Mine has a defect and the brass clutch bushing will not even slide on (it will on his). Scratched the hell out of the crank as well. Total b.s

edit benji : i don't think i have actually ever heard of a single problem with these. contact me and we will get you figured out, it is probably an issue with how you installed it or with your brass bushing and not the crank.

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5 of 5 Nice crank January 27, 2014
taco eater : James from sabattus, ME United States  
This is a really nice crank. FYI The box says KSTAR

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4 of 5 Use a drill and punch November 22, 2013
taco eater : Zac-TECH from Chicago, IL United States  
drill your oil hole as much as you can until you hit hardened steel. than use a small punch to pop the hole. use 800 to  1000 grit on the inside of of the bearing surface to smoothen eeverything out. it worked for me

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5 of 5 rad crank so far October 26, 2013
taco eater : sean t from san jose, CA United States  
Just passed the 150 mile mark with this crank and it has worked well with my treats reed kit with a circuit pipe. Buy a longer small end bearing(measure first) and you'll see there is way more than enough space for oil to get in there and do some lubing.

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