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Old 06-05-2005, 20:24   #1 (permalink)
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How small can a clevo rod journal be ground?

Is a 1.850" rod journal out of the question?
Just thinking along the lines of the small journals the Nascar guys run.... I know they use SVO cranks as a starting point, but is there any reason a good 4MAB or similar 351 crank can't be ground that small?

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Re: How small can a clevo rod journal be ground?

The often overlooked concern when turning journals undersize, is it moves the oil galleries...
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I know it moves the galleries, but can it be done?
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