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4D55/4D56 Crank? *DELETED* #1072174 06/03/14 06:09 PM
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johnnymarvello Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
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1987 SWB Montero, 4D55 TD conversion, Starion turbo, 5-speed, dual bouncy.

1985 MB 300D. Love Craft wvo conversion.
Re: 4D55/4D56 Crank? [Re: johnnymarvello] #1072175 06/03/14 07:50 PM
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spencevans Offline
Mudrunner
This seems to be a common problem with Chinese parts. They don't fit properly. I know the chinese pistons and rods are too long and they hit the head as well. When will people learn that Chinese parts are a POS.


Spence
1985 Mitsubishi PU 2.3 Turbo Diesel, 13" lift, Watercooled turbo, 4D56 Head, Atlas II,Fox Coilovers, Elockers,

1983 Mitsubishi PU 2.5 Turbo Diesel 4x4, fully restored

2003 G500, sliders, beadlocks, roofrack, ladder etc.
Re: 4D55/4D56 Crank? [Re: johnnymarvello] #1072176 06/06/14 07:12 AM
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redbull Offline
Body Damage is Cool
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_Astron_engine#4G55

4D56 has 5mm longer stroke. Not sure if this accounts for your cranks, but there you go.


1991 Mitsubishi Pajero XP TD LWB family hauler.
Re: 4D55/4D56 Crank? [Re: spencevans] #1072177 06/19/14 11:33 PM
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Mikewarme Offline
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This seems to be a common problem with Chinese parts. They don't fit properly. I know the chinese pistons and rods are too long and they hit the head as well. When will people learn that Chinese parts are a POS.



Spencer you are so right but people will always be cheap and order their chinese garbage and than cry . Theres an original crank on ebay for $350 been there for months. DO NOT TRUST CHINESE GARBAGE.








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