The Eagle 435637506000 crankshaft is engineered for fitment with the often-overlooked Ford 351C engine. The 3.500-inch stroke is perfect for those wanting a durable crankshaft while maintaining a stock stroke. Manufactured using ASME-certified 4340 non-twist steel that has been nitrided and QPAC micro-polished for the utmost quality and finish. Designed with a target bob weight of +/- 2 percent to reduce balancing time and often takes no extra heavy metal when combined with Eagle connecting rods and forged pistons.
- Includes spacer that goes behind the timing gear
- Counterweights and rod journals are designed for common 6 in. Small Block Chevy connecting rods
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