Re: Snapped crankshaft
It's got about 4500 miles. I talked to a guy this week who said he would rebuild it for about $400 (he has a used rod), provided nothing else is messed up. I'm going to pull the motor this weekend and see what's up. I've also heard that this could be caused by having studs (192 in my case), going full blast (i.e. on a lake) and completely letting off the gas, applying a sort of reverse tourque because the track grabs so much. The guy I talked to said that everytime he has seen this happen (which isn't many), the sleds always have studded tracks and the people had been riding on the lakes. We'll see. Hopefully it won't be too much. The way this Wisconsin winter (if you can call it that) has been, I'm having a hard time NOT looking forward to the golf season. Thanks for the reply!