**WR 450 owners help!!

To replace the crank, you need pull the engine out of the bike, tear it down, and split the cases. I've never done it, but it looks time consuming and pretty technical. It is however something I would do with a manual infront of me and the correct tools at my disposal.

If thats something you're up to, I would offer $1000 dollars for that bike. The crankshaft assembly itself is $419.02 from the TT store and it wouldn't hurt to do the piston ($124.51), rings ($24.71), wristpin ($10.95), and circlip ($0.20), and a cam chain ($14.93)

With that said, there may be other things wrong like bearings or jacked up cylinder head/valves.

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