www.ronayers.com or mrcycles.com. go to parts fiche finder or OEM parts. do search for service manuals.. there is link there to download the service manual which u will need to replace crank and parts. you need numbers off crankcase and off of the new crank to order bearings. they are color coded and matched up with numbers from both. if u dont know what im talking about.. get manual.. or get someone that knows what u need. at minimun, u need new crank, one new rod(if only 1 spun) new bearings.. and might as well put new rings on bike since ur there. also good idea to check transmission and fix parts needed or send it off and have it undercut.
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