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Old 01-04-2009, 04:33 PM
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92 351w rods bearings

I was wondering if the 92-98 rods bearings in a 351w are different from the 68-91 rods bearings. Our if they just different in the roller 351w. And if anybody has a 351w roller block they want to get rid?
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Hi Kurt welcome to Ford Trucks. Were abouts in South Dakota are you from?

As far as the question about your 351, I have no idea. However there are others with a vast knowledge that can answer your question quite quickly. You might want to ask the question over here in the Ford small block section

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/forum55/

Once again welcome and hope to see you around.
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i am from Worthing SD its south of sioux falls a little ways. Where do live?
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Cool deal. I am in Pierre. I get down Sioux Falls way on a fairly frequent basis. Cowboywanabe lives in Elk Point. Dave Severson lives up Madison way. Iverson-Ford is attending school in Watertown.

Right now trying to plan some get togethers when things get a bit warmer.
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