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rods SA-705 & SA-706

Post Mon Oct 04, 1999 5:20 am
don User avatar

Posts: 575
Location: Spokane WA USA
I just can't remember, VL rods?
I do recall thinking they might take a straight crank pin, and sure as hell take most wrist pins,and I could play around with compression distance, memory fades.

Post Thu Oct 07, 1999 5:29 am

Posts: 19
Location: Brighton,Mo. U,S.
Hi Don
VL rods I belive are a bad choice, The crank
pin end is open they are weak. Look at Merch
motors they make an in between length rod at
a faif price.

Post Sat Oct 16, 1999 8:41 pm
don User avatar

Posts: 575
Location: Spokane WA USA
strange, going thru it I find, indeed one set
150-30 wheels w1" pin taper{same taper as pinion shaft}, had to come out of one of my '37 cases, even stranger, 3 sets of rods I must have picked up blindly, don't know how I
missed the larger piston pin end.

Post Sun Oct 17, 1999 6:38 am

Posts: 233
Location: Ridgefield,Ct 06877
Don, Do you have any other spair '37 45 items?

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