Crankshaft Regrinding

Crankshaft regrinding is when a damaged or worn crankpin or main bearing journal diameter is ground to a smaller size to restore geometrical tolerances and suit a new oversized bearing shell. This is done to try and preserve and lengthen the lifespan of the crankshaft, as it is a vital, yet possibly expensive, part of the engine. Typically speaking, there is no set timeframe for when a crankshaft should be reground. However, it’s an action that is usually done when rebuilding an engine to ensure that it is working at an optimal level of accuracy.
Extensive range of secondhand crankshafts already reground in stock.
Secondhand con rods are in stock.
Regrind your crankshaft atΒ  Β  Crankshaft regrinding service
Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding
1/35-39 Tate St, Bentley, WA 6102
Phone: 0412 872 298

 

 

Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding
Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding
Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding
Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding
Noztec Crankshaft Regrinding