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Bryant Racing Chevy Billet Crankshaft 3.280 Stroke 2" Rod Crower Windberg Crower on

US $750.00

Clinton, Tennessee, United States

Clinton, Tennessee, United States

We have a nice used Bryant racing crank,it comes from the ECR Nascar engine shop.It has been magged and checked.This one is a 3.280 stroke,283 2.300 main,2.00 Small Journal rod,BBC snout and weighs 44 lbs.These are almost $5000 new.We have several to choose from,strokes of 3.270-3.290,some have the 350 main(2.450).These cranks with 2 piece rear seals and std rod journals are getting hard to find.New they are almost $5000. Call Jerry 856-250-7985 or Archie 865-250-7164 7am-7pm.These are made for performance engines in Dirt track,circle track,Drag Racing,Craftsman Truck,Arca,Busch,boats,etc.Check our other auctions for new and used Nascar,Sb-2 SB2,Chevrolet parts,etc.All of our parts are guaranteed to be as described or better!

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MG CS crossover concept (2013) first official pictures

Mon, 15 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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