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Old 06-23-2003, 09:09 PM
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327 to 350 bearing spacers

bearing spacers for small-journal crank into 350 block, also for LJ rods on SJ crank:

http://www.raceeng.com/ShowSuppliers...t=V8&subcat=BR
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I am not sure but I think I remember reading somewhere that a 307 crank has the larger journals, that is if you cant find spacers
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Main bearing set to put 283/327 small journal crank in 350 case is Clevite #MS-1110H. Rod bearings are not available (as far as I know) to put 350 rods on a small journal crank, you will have to use small journal rods.
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Thanks for the Clevite PN. That solid bearing is probably better for longevity than a spacer + bearing. The raceeng site has the same thing for rod bearings. Someone was looking for these a few weeks ago, & I ran across the site so I posted it.
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Large journal SBC rod on small journal SBC crankshaft

Part number for large journal rods on a small journal crankshaft is:

CR867HP I think they are made by a company called King.

Do a Goolge/products search for companies selling the bearings.

Joe B.
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