AEG 622 crankshaft

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  1. Hi,

    I have just bought a very nice S standard sized crankshaft withan AEG 622stamping. Dimensionally, it is S,crossdrilled and appears Tuftided.It supposedly came out of a Mk2 Australian S and I am wondering if anyone has a listing for this shaft. It is definately 'AEG 622', not 623 as would be common for an EN16B.Looking forward to your comments.

    Regards

    Al

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    Hi Al,

    Casting numbers are usually one number different to the part number but not sure if it is one more or one less! I guess someone will let you know.

    Regards

    Andrew

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    Hi Andrew,

    This number is stamped and there is no casting number. Would the AEG 623 number be a cast one normally?

    Regards

    Al

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    Hi Al,

    Not sure on that one – over to the rest of the folks then!

    Looking at my crank I think the casting number is one after the part number as mine is cast as AEG316 and the part number is AEG315.

    Does anyone know if the AEG316 was factory crossdrilledas mine is crossdrilled?

    regards

    Andrew

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    The number stamped into it is definately 'AEG622' and there is no sign of a casting number. However, there has been quite extensive grinding on some of the webs and it may have beenground off. Were the Australianproduction engines made in Australia? I wonder if this 622 number is the Australian equivalent of an AEG623.

    Regards

    Al

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