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ACL H-Series Rod Bearings Small Block Chevy Large Journal
ACL H-Series Rod Bearings Small Block Chevy Large Journal

ACL H-Series Rod Bearings Small Block Chevy Large Journal

350 Chevy Small Block V8, 400 Chevy Small Block V8, 2.10" Rod Journal Diameter

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ACL H-Series Rod Bearings Small Block Chevy Large Journal
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Rod Journal Diameter:
2.10"
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ACL H-Series Duraglide bearings feature a tri-metal design. Fits S/B Chevy 350/400 with Large Journal crankshafts (2.100").
  • Use H-series bearings with crankshafts that have oversize fillets and where engines run in the medium to high RPM range.
  • H-Series bearings should be used if contact patterns obtained with P-series parts are too narrow. Contact pattern should ideally cover 2/3 to 3/4 of the bearing surface.
  • If you aren't sure which type of performance bearing to start with, the H-Series will be your best choice.
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