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07-26-2012 10:35 AM
oldbogie
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Originally Posted by Bigford99 View Post
what would the mods consist of? Would he just be better off selling them and order a set for a 400? thanks
The standard lenght rod bolt is a bit over an eighth inch longer than the 400 bolt. The 400 upper shank lowers the bolt by that amount. This will put more of the unthreaded length into the cap's bolt bore and will hang the threaded end .140 inch further toward the pan rail. I don't have a 400 rod handy to compare but the problem areas could be not enough thread to secure the nut properly plus I'd expect the extra bolt length will interfer with the pan rail as this clearance on the 400 is already tight.

You can always mock this with the ARPs in the 400 rod and check it out since he can't take the bolts back anyway so putting a few scratches in their finish isn't going to result in not being able to return them.

Bogie
07-26-2012 10:21 AM
cobalt327
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Originally Posted by Bigford99 View Post
what would the mods consist of? Would he just be better off selling them and order a set for a 400? thanks
Better off getting the right ones IMO.
07-25-2012 02:18 PM
Bigford99 what would the mods consist of? Would he just be better off selling them and order a set for a 400? thanks
07-25-2012 01:13 PM
SSedan64 Not gonna work without Mods >> 400-CID Connecting Rod Bolt
07-25-2012 11:50 AM
Bigford99
question about arp rod bolts

I know the 350 arp rod bolts are longer than 400's, but will 350 rod bolts work in 400 rods, or are they too long all together? A little back story: A buddy of mine is building a short rod 383 for his s10, he went to our local speed shop and bought a set of ARP rod bolts, and bought a set of 400 rods from me. They don't have a set for a 400, and he can't take them back now, so I was wondering if he can use them, he already has the crank, rods, and pistons.

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