Remanufactured Crankshaft Kit
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Crankshaft Rebuilders Remanufactured Crankshaft Kit

Part No. 10760 Warranty Details  

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Remanufactured crankshaft kit is precision ground, micropolished and includes matching main and rod bearings.
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Gaskets Included:No
Precision Ground:Yes
Rear Main Seal Included:No
Rod And Main Bearings Included:Yes

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  • Q:

    who makes the bearings that come in the kit?
    Asked on 7/25/2016 by pont from pa

    1 answer



      Hi Pont, happy to assist you! This Crankshaft Rebuilders Remanufactured Crankshaft Kit
      Part No. 10760 is completely manufactured by Crankshaft Rebuilders Inc.

      Answered on 7/26/2016 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    Can you provide the name of the bearing manufacturer?
    Asked on 6/30/2014 by Ric

    1 answer



      Hi Ric, nice question! This product is manufactured by Crankshaft Rebuilders.

      Answered on 7/1/2014 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    will the crankshaft small leake cause your car engine problems.
    Asked on 8/6/2010 by lee lee from maryland

    1 answer



      Any type of leak will cause engine problems.

      Answered on 8/6/2010 by Kevin from AAP
  • Q:

    What is a crankshaft?And is it a such thing as crankshaft sealant?and wht is evaporitive leak,and is it a such thing as a sealant
    Asked on 6/24/2010 by kee kee from balto,md

    2 answers

    • A:

      The Crankshaft is a major part of an engine. No there is no such thing as crankshaft sealant. An evaporative leak is a leak in your evaporative emission system. the evap system takes unburned fuel out of the exhaust, filters it, then recirculates it back into your gas tank. No there is no sealant for that either. A leak could be from a faulty sensor or a cracked or broken vacuum hose. Normally a simple fix.

      Answered on 7/12/2010 by David S. from Aap Store #9511, Riverview Fl
    • A:

      Your thinking of an exhaust gas recirculator or "egr" that takes unburned "gases" out of the exhaust and recirculates it into the upper intake.
      The EVAP System keeps all of the "gases" from your fuel tank, sends it through a charcoal canister to trap the fuel vapors, and purges (purge solenoid) the trapped gases into the intake to be burned.

      Answered on 11/27/2010 by Steve from Latrobe,PA
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