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Re: need con rod/870

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01-08-2013 15:30:35

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Some of the very early diesels used the small wrist pins. I sold a set I had from an 870 gas to a guy who needed them for a early 970 diesel.

870 gas uses a balancer oil pump just like the 267 and 336

Aren't the cams the same? What are you planning on using for heads?

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01-11-2013 14:36:47

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 Re: need con rod/870 in reply to RGMartin, 01-08-2013 15:30:35  
I plan on using 970 heads. My VERY early 970 sn number 8650012 had larger wrist pins. I pulled the original rod bearings out dated OCT 69. Just need to find an intake for the 870 diesel. gas cams have a shorter duration from what I have read. Intake is open longer on diesels to max out air into combustion chamber.

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01-11-2013 14:53:35

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 Re: need con rod/870 in reply to Nedd, 01-11-2013 14:36:47  
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0012, That is very early... The 870 gas I knocked in the head for parts was in the 100's and I thought it was early.

Count your head bolts. It sticks in my head that the gas had one less bolt.

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