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A guy I know here in Kennesaw repaired mine for me. I had the same problem, worn keyway, worn slot on the crank pulley as well. We got a replacement pulley and he mig welded a bead along the damaged side of the keyway. We then spent the next hour dremeling and die grinding the new material till it was perfect. DEFINATELY better than replacing the crank.
MY THANKS TO CHRIS !!!

ps- What part of GA are you in, Phantom?
 
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