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Re: 429 crank shaft

Post  barbatostan on February 26th 2012, 1:28 am

Im glad to see the info on the truck motors... Crushing to me that there not the same but still a true big block. Ive got a set of .060 pistons for one if you decide to build it. (I made the same mistake not being well versed in the 429 truck)

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Post  motorhead on February 26th 2012, 8:21 am

Well these guys have sure gotten me straightened out. I'm going to use this block and do a 460 build and I will be using Probe pistons but I'm not sure how much it will need to be bored until I take it to the machine shop. study

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Post  schmitty on February 26th 2012, 7:57 pm

There are several vendors that frequent this site that specialize in the stroker stuff. A good offset ground factory crank stroker would probably be more than enough for what you are after, or a good Scat 4.3" crank kit. Adney Brown at Performance Crankshaft is a good source for all you need, and he will ship it to you ready to balanced and ready to drop in . Cool
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Post  motorhead on February 26th 2012, 8:19 pm

Thanks shmitty, I've already got one on the way through some trading I did, but I'm sure there will be something else I'll need and it's good to have someone like Adney to go to instead of the usual places when your not sure what your getting. Very Happy

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