As long as we are communicating in generalities I guess this is an
acceptable topic of krnet. So thanks Larry for your essay. I think you have
answered the question. It does kinda go round. Does one dismantle the
engine to check the crank? But if it is OK why did one do that? I know.
Check the flange and go n from there.

Finally, I really was not putting an engine on the market. Just searching
for the some personal guidance re where to go from here.

Bill Weir
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