1938-42 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2 Inch Journal Floating Type
These engine rod bearings are what you need for building that Flathead Ford stroker. They are 2" journal floating rod bearings, designed for use with 1938-1942 Ford Flatheads.
- 1938-1942 Ford Flatheads
- 2" journal floating rod bearings
- Choose either standard size(STD), .010", .020", or .030" bearings
These bearings measure 1.750" wide
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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