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289 crank snout length variations

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  • Engine: 289 crank snout length variations

    Can anyone give me some info on 289 crank snout lengths? I want to define by year and casting number if possible. I am asking because I have a project for a performance item that will be crankshaft snout length critical.

    JK

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    The Late 1962 to '64 Cranks had the long snout to better fit a Paxton or A/C, at the same time the Blocks became Full Flow.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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      3x2Stude, i have both style cranks out in shop. when Biblical flood stops i will measure and let you know. Luck Doofus

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      • #4
        OK flood over for now, measuring from crank thrust surface to snout tip, long snout=appx4.698. shorty =4.165.lots of variables so you know. Luck Doofus PS think i just saw the Ark sail by!!!

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