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    Turning a crank?

    How deep can one take off an Eagle stroker crank and it still be considered good?

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    most grinders won't go past .030". and that will be fine.

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    Yeah I just called Eagle. They said no more than .020 or it'll be under the nitride coating.

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    Yea I was going to say if you went .030 you'd probably be going a little too far.........

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