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Bore Spacing And Crank Dimensions For 477/534

Need bore spacing and crankshaft dimensions for the 477/534 engine.
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Not sure if this is what you are looking for. If not, I apologize.

For 401, 477, and 534 SD Engines:
Crankshaft Main Bearing journal ........................... 3.1246 - 3.1254
Piston to Bore clearance (bottom of skirt).............. 0.0011 - 0.0029 (wear limit 0.005).

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Main bearing journal dimension is part of it, but I was also looking for the bore spacing, which is the dimension from ctr to ctr between adjacent bores. I was just curious because I thought I was about to have one handed to me and wanted to see if any parts would interchange with the FE's. Turns out the motor was a 370 ( 385 series) . Thanks for the reply anyway.
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Well, then its time to hop it up with some 429 parts!! I hope you get the engine and enjoy the project!!
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Well, then its time to hop it up with some 429 parts!! I hope you get the engine and enjoy the project!!
Nope, that 370 is history. Nothing in there worth saving. Did save the odd ball rods, the rockers and fulcrums, they'll fit the Cleveland and 400's ( rockers & fulcrums) The rods are shorter than 429/460's maybe good for some custom project later down the road.
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