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Old 08-12-2005, 04:27 PM
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NEED 302/ 332 HD Y-Block Crank or INFO

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

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Old 08-12-2005, 08:17 PM
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I'll check a few places this coming week Tom. I know of a few 332's at one place but the guy is hard to deal with. BTW, do you have an easy way to ID a 302/332 crank? casting ID, etc??

I gave up finding a 368, got a 58 Lincoln 430 instead, thats the one with the 10.5 cr. 375hp & 490 ft/lbs out of the box. It was either that or a 472 Caddy!

The 430 will be going into a 49 F3 set up as a wrecker. There is even less Internet support on the MEL than the Lincoln Y. I always loved a challenge.

Cant wait to see some pix of that engine.

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Old 08-12-2005, 09:25 PM
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Hi Carl, I have'nt really had much time to work on the beast in the last 6 months, I had some good contract work to run on the machine, so no time to make neat parts. But started drawing header flanges on CAD the other night. I plan to cut them out of 5/16" 304 Stainless. I think I'm going to use my switch pitch brand X Turbo 400 for tranny behind the monster. I've gave serious thought to putting it in my 49 Coupe. I have a 514 in it now. But thinking this motor might be more at home and more period correct. Time will tell my friends think I need to buy a dragster so everone can see it. But you know how a good project is, it leads to 10 more. Nice to hear from you. Later Tom
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Old 08-30-2005, 10:27 PM
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Some Body Has a Book With the Numbers HELP !!!!

You can tell it's not cold enough out yet to get all the members out there looking at the post. I still need a crank. I also would really love to have a part number for what I'm looking for. Thanks Tom
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Old 08-31-2005, 07:48 PM
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Tom got too looking at some of my old Hollanders manuals and this is what I came up with. Hollanders # 152
C3TZ 6303 A ECS ECT ECU 5750174
C2TE C C3TE D
I hope this helps , I have t o look but I may have one of these engines in an old truck.
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Truck Crank

Thanks, That's the best starting point I've had yet. It would be nice to find a crank, I know there has to be a lot of them still around, but know one wants them anymore. So they just sit in the back forty. Keep me posted If you happen to have one. Thanks Tom
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hi tom i think i have what you want T 2 330 steel crankshalf ?
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Old 10-12-2005, 12:36 PM
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That crank is from the wrong engine family. But thanks for reply. Tom
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Old 10-12-2005, 04:24 PM
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tom do you want the casting number on the crank or part number.i wish you were closer i have near mint stnd crank.
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I gathered up a old F700 that has the crank that you are looking for. The motor did run but won't turn now. If you are interested I will pull the crank for you.
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I know where you can find a raw crank!

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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
If you will contact Automotive Balancing Service in Irwindale ca.
Rod Phillips.

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332/ crankshalf

tom this crank i have is out of a truck with rods 330/361 crank id 2t motor was in a f700 1964
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hello tom; i just picked up a rebuilt short block in ill. it's a ecu 368 with a steel crank, sorry, not for sale. while i was out there the gentleman took me to a truck yard that had at least a dozen trucks with linc. based motors. there're out there if you get lucky. i bought a edmunds 2x4 intake off ebay and when i went to pick it up he gave me bunch of extra parts, a steel crank, some kind of GM pistons and rods, an old chet herbert roller cam and lifters, and a set of early small combustion chamber 317 ported heads. he said he got them from an old rail. he bought the motor for a spare for his 56 ford stock car, when he found out the parts wouldn't fit he just left them lay around in his garage. he said his wife already through out the carbs and mag, they were already carodded. haven't put the crank in a block yet to see what stroke it is, he thought it was 4in, but it looks more like 3.75 with a quick check. oops, got to ramblin again, sorry, wayne.
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guess you don,t want a 3,66 crank
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guess you don,t want a 3,66 crank
tom this crank in in a ft 330 next motor after the y block
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