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Old 05-10-2003, 10:50 AM
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Can you put a 283small crank in a large 302 chevy block can you get biggers baring to do this.

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yes you would need spacers, unless it was a 1967 302 which was a small journal. large journal 2.450 compared to small journal 2.300, and by the way, who do you know who has a 302 block? and even if so, why do this? why run a short stroke crank for a high revver and get your doors blown off by a equally prepared 350 cause it`s making more torque?

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