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what do you do when you have way to many old cranks hanging around?

build one of these

im thinking about selling them, so if anybody wants one, PM me with what you would be willing to pay for it, and well see where it goes

this one was made from a b204 crank, i have a b234, and b202 crank up next.


 

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Cool idea.
Vented brake rotor for a base?
 

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just wait to see what kind of art happens with my crank and old rods and other assorted pieces
pop's best friends is a blacksmith, he's gonna make a saab art piece
was gonna place it up for "auction" on here for him once he finishes it
 

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you got it, not sure what the rotor is from, it was the cheapest one the local autoparts store had in stock...
ahh...that explains why it looks so nice and new.

When I see things like that, for a short moment, I wish I was single...
haha....I was thinking the same thing.
 

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a striped out b204+ block doesnt weigh more than 60lbs.

once the crank, pistons, rods, and all the mounting harware is gone, they ge light

in my arms i swear a saab crank, weights about the same as a gutted saab block
 

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Same thoughts, decided to wait until I had a nice aluminum block...these iron Saab blocks are too heavy...best left for scrap.
Shucks I just scrapped a perfect coffee table motor. It was a ford duratec v6. All aluminum, designed by Porsche. The lower crank and bearings are in some sort of holder, so when you take that off, and the crank out, it would be pretty short.

Only probably got 8 bucks for it anyway.
 
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