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King XP Series Chevy 350 Main Bearings

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King XP Series Chevy 350 Main Bearings
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  • Enhanced tri-metal copper lead construction with nickel barrier and SecureBond adhesion 
  • Unique SecureBond adhesion process for superior stability between the top and intermediate layers
  • 15% - 30% greater load capacity than traditional bearings
  • Mains and rods are narrowed for large radius crankshafts
  • Greater rod bearing height improves bearing-to-bore contact/heat transfer and reduces spin potential at high RPM
  • 0.0005" metallurgically enhanced and hardened performance overlay withstands greater loads and better resists surface fatigue
  • Mains are 1/2 grooved for uncompromised lower shell load capacity

Item Details

350 Journal

Application

  • High-load, long-duration racing such as circle track, off-road, off-shore, and others that require steel crankshafts

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as is should be

March 24, 2015
It's just what a bearing is supposed to be.my text was to short so I had to elaborate but there is nothing else to say
Yes, I recommend this product.
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This bearing is narrowed correct?

circle track popper
May 26, 2015

This bearing is narrowed correct?

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May 28, 2015
Eric
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Yes these bearings are narrowed for large radius crankshafts.
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