Scat 932911 Flathead Ford Stroker Crankshaft, 4 Inch Stroke
4.000" Stroke, 2.138" Rod Journal Diameter, 7.000" Connecting Rod Length
- It uses 1949-1953 rod bearings
- Has a 2.138" rod pin and a rod length of 7"
- Crank is shot peened, ground and micro-polished to original specs
- Cranks are made from series 9000 material which is the strongest cast material known
These Scat flathead cranks are made from series 9000 material which is the strongest cast material known. Shot peened, ground and micro-polished to original specs. Uses 1949-1953 rod bearings.
- Rod Length: 7.000"
- Rod Pin: 2.138"
- Internal balance
Correct rod bearings for crankshaft 91015361
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