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10-11-2005 12:50 AM
56Maynard Yeah, bracketeer is right. Put them studs everywhere you can on a block that old.
10-10-2005 06:01 PM
bracketeer The rear main cap is fairly thin and weak. It is safer to use an oil pump stud instead of a bolt. If you crack the cap your screwed.
10-10-2005 06:00 PM
400sbc question

thanks for the reply the reason i asked the question was to find out what to order for main cap bolts from arp large or small journal so it would be large journal thanks again
10-10-2005 05:54 PM
coldknock All 400's had 2.65" main journals, 0.020" larger than the 350's. The rod journals are 2.100", same as the 350's.

10-10-2005 05:48 PM
400 sbc question

HI guys could some one tell me if a 400 sbc 2 bolt main is a small journal or large journal thanks for your time joe

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