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Re: 960 ford pulling parts

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10-01-2013 10:27:43

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I'd like to know what rods are in that one and how they cleared the cam. Is there any block left on the the opposite side of the cam?

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10-01-2013 10:41:24

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to PitCrew, 10-01-2013 10:27:43  
I don't really know, but if I get the opportunity, I will inquire.

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10-01-2013 13:21:19

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to Prairie Oyster, 10-01-2013 10:41:24  

I'm always interested in how they get by the camshaft, as that has been an issue in mine with a 4.70 stroke.

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10-01-2013 14:42:44

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to PitCrew, 10-01-2013 13:21:19  
what is the rod journal pin size and c to c length of stock ford rods? can they be welded safely?

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10-01-2013 18:54:47

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to bp4455, 10-01-2013 14:42:44  
the rod journal diameter is 2.298 standard and the rod is 6.250 long (as close as I can measure)

I know of one running that has welded rods, but its not something I would do. I"m currently using a 6.300 SBC Lentz Nascar rod with a 2" journal and the Chevy .927 wrist pin. I"m waiting on a set of billet rods with same specs only with clocked rod cap bolts

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10-02-2013 08:38:09

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to PitCrew, 10-01-2013 18:54:47  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

When that much is removed from a crankpin, 2.298 down to 2.000, have you sent the crankshaft out for nitriding (journal hardening) or just run it as-is?

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10-02-2013 08:55:36

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 Re: 960 ford pulling parts in reply to forty40, 10-02-2013 08:38:09  
It's a welded crank with 1.100 (3.60 to 4.70) added to the stroke, not just offset ground

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