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Old 12-09-2005, 09:09 PM
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I have a 302 that ran well, I stole the 4bbl intake off it to put on a 332. The 332 has the same crank according to the parts book. I believe the crank should be ok as it had good oil pressure. I live in upstate NY though. There is probably one closer.
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Hey Guys, I'm looking for a 302/332 HD Steel y-Block Truck Crankshaft used in late 50's early 60's HD Big Trucks . It is steel not iron and has 3.66 stroke. I need a good usable crank or If someone out there has the correct part number for this item that would be great also. For the guys out there who know what I'm working on I'm geting close to having the monster finished. Working on finishing the intake now. I also think that I'm going to make a blower intake for a 3-71/ 4-71 size blower. 455 inch blown Lincoln Y-block could be a really neat piece ????? Thanks Guys
I also need 302/332 steel crank for hd ford 1960-62 truck superceeding part# is C3TZ-6303-A I do not have original p/t # Please contact me if you have info on where I can get one!
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302 /332 hd ford truck ram horn exhaust manifolds

Have rams horn manifolds for above engine also fits 279,317, 341, 368 Lincoln Y block 1952 - 1957 sell or trade!
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This thread is 5 years old, but hope you find the part.
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I've got your crank. I just junked a 332. I've had it checked by a friend and he says all it needs is polished. I've got the heads and cam too.
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I also need 302/332 steel crank for hd ford 1960-62 truck superceeding part# is C3TZ-6303-A.

I do not have original p/t #
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C3TZ6303A replaced B8Q6303A fits 1958/63 302/332.

But...no Ford Dealer or obsolete part vendor has either one.

Try: Southern California Truck Wrecking (in business, same family owned since 1929) / 323-587-3144, ask for Marty / Open M-F closed weekends.

btw: When buying Ram's Horn exhaust manifolds, be aware there are three different types...they do NOT interchange!

Lincoln Y blocks / Ford Y Blocks / 1964/78 FT engines.
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I have a complete low mileage lincoln 332 out of a 1956 F900 firetruck if anyone needs one.I am going to the F100 supernationals in may in tennessee
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I have a complete low mileage lincoln 332 out of a 1956 F900 firetruck if anyone needs one.

I am going to the F100 supernationals in may in tennessee
Uh...this year it's being held in Pigeon Forge NC ~ May 13-15. It was held in Knoxville 2008/2009.

I was there in 2008, t'was a long trip from CA to look for NOS parts for old rolling piles of misery.
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Glad its back in pigeon forge,i had attended since 1989 but didnt go in 2008 and 2009.
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how are you getting 455 cu in out of a y block lincoln 368= 4x3.66. stroker ? , From a Lincoln y block nut Eratchetos
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Hey thanks Bill Will call them mon.AM ERATCHETOS
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When did they move Pigeon Forge from Tennessee to North Carolina?
I guess I missed that one.
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When did they move Pigeon Forge from Tennesse to North Carolina?
I'm the one to blame for this error in geography, sorta.

A coupla weeks ago, I typed in the 1961/66 forum that the meet had moved to Pigeon Forge TN

Someone then chimed in and said...Pigeon Forge is in NC, just over the TN border.

Since I've never been there, I didn't check to see if this was correct.
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Bill, You are forgiven.
Your wealth of knowledge and input definitely makes up for one minor mis-calculation.

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The thread in question was something like this: "Who is going to the F100 SuperNationals?"

I chimed in and said I was going (I was there in 2008) and that the meet had moved from Knoxville to Pigeon Forge TN

Then someone corrected me...(in error, as you pointed out).

btw: I had to cancel my reservation, due to a health issue I had on the 16th of March.
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