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Need a Lauson Crank?

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Old 10-01-2017, 09:09:53 PM
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Default Need a Lauson Crank?

Well, I messed up today and busted my Lauson crank. It had already been broke and repaired many moons ago. Instead of repairing it, I'm going to go ahead and get some cast. This is off of a 16-32, but I suspect the crank might fit several models? If you need one, let me know. I don't have a price yet, but I don't expect it to be expensive, pretty simple casting. Whatever the cost is, I'll just split it up amongst us. Just let me know!
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Default Re: Need a Lauson Crank?

I had an old timer once tell me that's how you can tell an original Hart Parr crank from a reproduction! The originals have all been broken and repaired atleast once over the years...
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