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Old 05-22-2006, 11:17 AM
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Anybody know anything about a cal crank shaft, 400 for a 350 block, 2 piece seal, externally bal. thanks

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Anybody know anything about a cal crank shaft, 400 for a 350 block, 2 piece seal, externally bal. thanks
Did you mean cat crankshaft? Haven't heard of a cal crankshaft.
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400\350 crank

what is the basic question..there is a lot of very bright members here that i/m sure could answer any thing but your a little to vague. The 400 fits in the 350 AFTER ONLY AFTER you have it cut.. rod's & main's thus the beginning of a 383..Now if it is to be externally balanced you use the damper and the flex plate or flywheel for the 400... but if your going to have a crank cut r&m then spend a little more and have it internally balanced,then you can use all the 350 parts good luck ...jb
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crank shaft

It is listed as a cal crankshaft, which is brand new crankshaft made for a 350 block which is bored .030 to make a 383 ci. engine. It is made by cat ( I think it said Calf. Automotive Tools Co. That is all they had to say about it. I'd just never heard of cat or cal parts before and wanted to know if anyone had had dealing with them ( they're products) Thanks
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