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Dyer's I Series L J Rods
Dyer's I Series Connecting Rods, Large Journal Small Block Chevy

Dyer's I Series Connecting Rods, Large Journal Small Block Chevy

Chevy Small Block V8, I-Beam Connecting Rod Type, Forged 4340 Steel Connecting Rod Material

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Dyer's I Series Connecting Rods, Large Journal Small Block Chevy
Dyer's I Series Connecting Rods, Large Journal Small Block Chevy
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MFG. Part #:
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Connecting Rod Type:
I-Beam
Connecting Rod Material:
Forged 4340 Steel
Connecting Rod Length:
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Wrist Pin Style:
Floating
Wrist Pin Diameter:
0.927"
Rod Journal Diameter:
2.225
Connecting Rod Weight:
635 grams
Connecting Rod Bolt Diameter:
7/16"
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These connecting rods are offered in 5.7, 5.850, and 6.00 inch options. They are made of forged 4340 steel and are fully heat treated.

  • For Small Block Chevy Applications
  • Heat Treated
  • Double Banded Cap with I-Beam Design
  • 4340 Forged Steel
  • Choose your desired length
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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