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Old 12-29-2017, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default HELP! Need to ID these Connecting Rods

Good afternoon everyone.

I recently stumbled upon a new/old stock set of connecting rods, but have no way to ID them or tell what they fit.

Attached are some pics. Anyone good at identifying these types of things?

Thank you in advance for your help.


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I have no idea, but it might help someone with a clue, how many were in the set, 4,6, or 8?
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Good point! It is a set of 8. I believe it is a SB Chevy, because most of what was in this collection was such, but no idea which!

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Good point! It is a set of 8. I believe it is a SB Chevy, because most of what was in this collection was such, but no idea which!

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Fun one.

Measure the center-to-center rod length and journal width(*). Might get us closer to figuring it out.
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Thanks for the replies.

I measured them today and came up with the following:

5.6 inches center to center from the big end to the small
Just under 8" overall length
2.22" diameter inside the big end
.92" diameter inside the small end
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