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King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy
King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy

King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy

Chevy Small Block V8, Tri-metal Bearing Construction, Narrowed Bearing

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King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy
King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy
King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy
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King Connecting Rod Bearing Set Small Block Chevy
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Bearing Construction:
Tri-metal
Bearing Undersize:
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Narrowed Bearing:
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Set
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These connecting rod bearings from King Engine Bearings are constructed of Tri-metal. They are sold as a set.

  • Choose the size that suits you
  • STD option entails - Rod bearing for Small Block Chevy, for 2.00" journal
  • The X001 option will give .001" extra oil clearance
  • The 001 option will give you .001" less oil clearance
  • Sold as a Set

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