Crank shaft runout allowance ?

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    Naiveambition

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    whats an acceptable runout for a crankshaft. I'm up to about .003 runout and wandering what others are getting.. I know zero is prime and I do plan on making collet adapters for the flywheels to control wobble there. So what's the ballpark u all are getting or a good place to shoot for?
     
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    Brian Rupnow

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    We all shoot for zero run-out. Damned few of us achieve it. As long as your flywheels don't visibly wobble, you're probably okay.---Brian
     
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