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Eagle Chevrolet 400 Cast Steel Crankshaft 3.750" Stroke

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Chevrolet 400 Cast Steel Crankshaft 3.750" Stroke
$259.99
Chevrolet 400 Cast Steel Crankshaft
  • 3.750'' Stroke
  • 2-Piece Rear Seal (Early Style)
  • External Balance
  • 1870 Bobweight
  • For use with 5.7" Rod Length
  • Free Shipping - Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer on 05/31/22 , pending manufacturer availability. Learn More

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