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63 chevy II Nova 6cly engine

194 6 cly ----need crankshaft---connecting rods-can anyone help me out
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63 chevy II 6 cyl engine

Try calling this company. They list crankshafts on their website. Crankshaft Kits Chevy From RPM Machine
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try stoveboltLangdon's Stovebolthe works with all them old 6`s
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tHANK'S A LOT FOR THE HELP
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I need a .0.20 over piston for a 63 chevy nova 194 6 cly ASP
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contact any piston manufacturer
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Been on wed sites all over the places-Can't find out anything about the piston.Tried to get Badger on the phone and talk to someone-that is where the set I have came from-we mess one up putting them on the rods.I just need one 194 6cly .020 over-----ANY Help at alll would be get.Tried Kanter auto Products hey say they have one but hadn;'t call me back .
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where did you get the 6 you own? buy 1 more
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That's the trouble,where got them they can't even get the .020 over anymore.We might can get some .030 over but you have to buy the hold set,I got 185.00 in the ones I got now,I didn't want to have to buy a other set.I just need one.
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The company that casts them doesnt do them in batches of 6. Get the number from the telephone company,ask for customer support,tell them you dropped on.They would love to help you.
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Check these guys out. If you are interested in performance inlines - this is the place. Someone over there will be able to help you find a piston pretty quick, but I would want one from the same manufacturer, just my opinion.

FYI - that 194 head that you have is a high demand, pricy item. It's the ticket for compression increases on 230's & 250's.

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i need one BADGER PISTON # P395-020 FOR THIS 194 CHEVY 6 CLY CAN ANYONE FIND ME ONE.
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badger pistons are jobber pistons,go to a rebuilding facility
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Still looking pistons call Badger they can't find a .020 over nowhere the set I brought were made 9-1-2005 DON'T THAT TELL YOU HOW HARD THEY ARE TO FIND.
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