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Speedmaster I Beam 5.090 2.123 .912 Bronze Bush 5140 Connecting Rods Ford 289 302 Windsor

746-PCE274.1010


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I Beam 5.090 2.123 .912 Bronze Bush 5140 Connecting Rods Ford 289 302 Windsor
$251.00
I Beam Connecting Rods
  • Small Block Ford
  • 5140 Chromoly
  • .912" Bronze Bushing
  • Center To Center Length: 5.090 in
  • Floating Wrist Pin
  • Rod Journal Diameter: 2.123 in
  • Big End Width: 0.830 in
  • Horsepower Rating: 500HP
  • Free Shipping - Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer on 04/05/23 , pending manufacturer availability. Learn More
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    Are these press fit or a floating wrist pin rod

    Asked by: Deunte
    The Speedmaster 746-PCE274.1010 connecting rod is full floating.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-09-08
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