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> Crankshaft Dowel Pin, Crankshaft Dowel Pin
Boothy
post Feb 7 2023, 10:05 AM
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Morning all!

I have a 1972 914 with a 1.7 (with mods). I sent the crank out to Fat Performance / Rimco for balancing a couple years ago (seem to be gone now). All that was fine but it didn’t come back with the single dowel that indexs the crankshaft to the flywheel. I thought I bought the right one from AutoAtlanta but it doesn’t want to go into the end of the crankshaft (and I don’t want to force it). I bought the 900-012-061-00 but I now see that’s for the 914-6.

Would anyone know the correct part number? Thanks!
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post Feb 7 2023, 10:16 AM
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I dont know the part number but i think it is a 4mm roll pin. Measure the hole size to confirm. You can probably find one locally or from Bel Metric.
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Al Meredith
post Feb 7 2023, 10:31 AM
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I've got several bad cranks and if I can get one out I'll be glad to send it to you. Al
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post Feb 7 2023, 10:39 AM
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Part # 113 105 277
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post Feb 7 2023, 10:46 AM
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Thank you all!!!

I'll try that one instead. Best!
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post Feb 8 2023, 08:00 AM
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Pin is not really needed, it just insures you can't install flywheel timed wrong.
Without pin, just make sure you time it correctly.
It adds nothing to structural integrity.
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post Feb 8 2023, 08:13 AM
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Don’t forget a new bearing for the trans input shaft, while you’re in there, and set it to the correct depth. Seldom mentioned.
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post Feb 8 2023, 12:56 PM
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Will do. I don't want to pull it for a very very long time -if ever.

Thank you!
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