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So I'm looking for a new crank for my zr700, and I've got a deal on a rebuilt '94 zr700 crank. Now I know somewhere in the '93-'95 area they changed, something to do with the flywheel side taper being different? Will the '94 crank work in my '00?
 

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That's a far deal, the problem is the probably $300 is shipping to get it up to my place.
 

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There was 2 different crankshaft taper sizes and 3 or 4 different flywheels.

Most of the 700 cranks were the small taper.
 

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Your options look limited. The online parts microfiche will answer your question.

Part Number: 3005-515
Crankshaft Assembly (inc. 7-22 and 24-27)

Replaced by 3005-632

1999 POWDER SPECIAL 700 LE - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
1999 POWDER SPECIAL 700 - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
1999 ZR 700 - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT

Part Number: 3005-632
Crankshaft Assembly (inc. 7-22 and 24-27)

Replaces 3005-628
Replaces 3005-515

2000 POWDER SPECIAL 700 - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
2000 ZL 700 - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
2000 ZR 700 - LE - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
2000 POWDER SPECIAL 700 LE - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT
2000 ZR 700 - PISTON AND CRANKSHAFT


Part Number: 3005-628
Replaced by 3005-632


Part Number: 3005-515
Replaced by 3005-632
 

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94 has the same large taper end as the 99/00. The small tapers were used 93 and previous. you are good to go.
 

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Thanks Thunder,
I was looking at alpha-sport last night and a few indivigual part #'s were different (mostly ones that were superseded), but the flywheel and clutch end part numbers were the same, I figure those were the two important ones.
 

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check
Brown's Leisure World - Arctic Cat Parts Online

they have a little button called "where used"
Canadian prices.

The only other difference is the rod width at the top the older ones were 87B and yours and newer are 87B1. I have a crank with both the 87B and 87B1 rods, it just takes a different piston or some shims that were sometimes included with the piston.
 

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I think I'm gonna look around here a little more first. I'm in no rush, I'll find a local deal.
 
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