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1939-48 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2.138 Inch Journal Floating Type
1939-48 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2.138 Inch Journal Floating Type

1939-48 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2.138 Inch Journal Floating Type

2.138" Rod Journal Diameter, Standard Bearing Undersize, Not Narrowed Bearing

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1939-48 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2.138 Inch Journal Floating Type
1939-48 Ford Flathead Engine Rod Bearings, 2.138 Inch Journal Floating Type
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Rod Journal Diameter:
2.138"
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These engine rod bearings are what you need for building that Flathead Ford stroker.  They are 2.138" journal floating rod bearings, designed for use with 1939-1948 Ford Flatheads.

  • 1939-1948 Ford Flatheads
  • 2.138" journal floating rod bearings
  • Choose either standard size(STD), .010", .020", or .030" bearings

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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