potential problems if you kept saving up for that new stroker crank, rods and pistons and having Barry furnish/ship it complete/machined, not to mention he could have sharpened the pencil on a lager gross sale.. I believe from the few screwed engine builds around here, especially machine work SNAFU's, combining under one banner/sole sourcing limits prevents any two or more machine shops from ever pointing fingers at another and lord knows Barry must have dead-on machine shops. Example do machine shops over there have FE deck plates or even the exotic plates for assuring everythings square? From my own experience shipping cranks to AccuCrank, to me cranks need a flat pallet to avoid the box'd potential nightmare of a flat slap or worse yet a end-on pile-driver drop by shipper, of course those additional parts will be another complete shipping cost where as combinning would have been just additional weight.
This message has been edited by qikbbstang on Jun 21, 2011 10:33 AM