1939-53 Flathead Ford Rotating Assembly, 304 C.I.
4.250" Engine Stroke, H-Beam Connecting Rod Type, Dome Piston Style
- Designed to for the 1939-1953 304 C.I. Ford Flathead V8
- Features new Scat crankshafts and H-beam connecting rods with 2" journals
- Pistons have a flat style top and are made from forged aluminum
- Rod journal diameter measures exactly 2"
- Components are balanced and ready to be assembled
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These 1939-53 flathead stroker kit rotating assemblies feature new Scat crankshafts, new Scat H-beam connecting rods with 2" journals, premium forged three-ring pistons, rod bearings, and piston rings. The components are balanced and ready for you to assemble.
Main bearings sold separately. If you have a 39-48 engine you will need a set of 9101535-STD main bearings. A 49-53 engine will require a set of 9101536-STD main bearings.
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What's In The Kit
Crankshaft for 915-296 OnlyPart # 915296-1Qty x 1
Pistons, Rods & BRG's OnlyPart # 915296-2Qty x 1
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