just dont buy a Hotrod stroker crank,chinese material,have you're stock crank stroked and run a longer rod than the shortrod motors soo many throw together because its cheap, you might last for two seasons or so and the rings go south fast...my two cents...crankworks in arizona; send them your crank and you'll be far ahead of the game..
Thanks for the advice, I only ride the bike prob once a week and it's only trail/mud riding. Just want to build it up to be built and to spin a 30in plus tire. I'm starting to collect parts now so in the spring when it drys up I'm tearing the bike apart
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