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Ford 351W I-Beam Connecting Rods
Ford 351W I-Beam Connecting Rods

Ford 351W I-Beam Connecting Rods

351W Ford Small Block V8, I-Beam Connecting Rod Type, Forged 5140 Steel Connecting Rod Material

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MFG. Part #:
91015375
Connecting Rod Type:
I-Beam
Connecting Rod Material:
Forged 5140 Steel
Connecting Rod Length:
5.956"
Wrist Pin Style:
Press-Fit
Wrist Pin Diameter:
0.927"
Rod Journal Diameter:
2.311"
Connecting Rod Bolt Diameter:
7/16"
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Notes:
X-ray and ultrasonically tested.
Weight:
683 grams
Connecting Rod Finish:
Shot-peened
Cap Retention Style:
Cap Screw
New or Remanufactured:
New

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Ford 351W/5.7L 5.956" - 5140 "I" Beam Street Connecting Rods

  • Manufactured from high quality 5140 chromoly steel
  • Stock length rods with 170,000 psi rod bolts
  • X-rayed and and ultrasonically tested
  • All surfaces shot peened and stress relieved
  • Perfect for Small Block engines producing up to 500hp, and Big Block engines producing up to 600hp.
  • This set of rods makes use of a press-fit to retain the wrist pins.

Item Details

683 Grams, .927" Pin press fit

Features

7/16" x 1.40 PCE cap screw that torques to 64 ft/lbs with lube.

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

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