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302 Ford Windsor Oem Crankshaft. Sbf, Vintage. 2 Piece Rear Seal - 69-79 on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Tewksbury, Massachusetts, United States

Tewksbury, Massachusetts, United States
Good condition - journals measure within OEM tolerance. Minor Scoring journal 4/8.
Brand:Ford Warranty:No Warranty

302 Ford OEM Crankshaft.  Marked 23 / 2M on the counterweight.  This came from a 1971 engine.   I believe it will fit the 302 from 1969 through 1979.  It was a 28oz imbalance engine.  It may fit others, do your homework.  I measured the journals with a micrometer and they are round and within the OEM tolerances.  There is some minor scoring on the 4/8 rod Journal (last journal toward the back)  See photo.  I lightly polished it with 1000 wet/dry paper and oil so the scores would show in the picture.  I am calling this a core and assume it should be cut or at least polished.  It's priced accordingly.  It may be able to be used as is, that would be your call.  Please review the pictures - No Returns.

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