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Help with Teflon piston pin retainer button!

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I've just bought a set of trw forged pistons for a 327 chevy, they don't have the groove for spiro locks or c clip. I have a set of forged rods floatin type.
some knows where can I find Teflon pin retainer buttons? Does any shop sell it?
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I believe Ross Racing Pistons, JE and other piston makers can supply them. I KNOW Ross makes the aluminum ones.

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MANY years ago I got them from Wiseco. TRW type pins won't work
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