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Username Post: BBC 7/16ths.rod bolts        (Topic#349786)
Am4wag 
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Reg: 11-19-15
02-23-18 10:10 AM - Post#2725334    

Well as another post of mine indicates,I had to replace the 454 Gen.VI block on my build.The rods and crank are stock forged from a 502,and have been balanced.Beings the nuts have been on/off 3-4 times,I'm thinking maybe changing the rod bolts and nuts with ARP's while waiting for my block from the m/s.Would I need to rebalance the rotating assy. if so?

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Edited by Am4wag on 02-23-18 10:11 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 




Shepherd 
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Loc: Lake George, NY
Reg: 11-11-15
02-23-18 02:59 PM - Post#2725363    
    In response to Am4wag

If you change the rod bolts, the big end of the rods will need resizing, std procedure when the bolts are changed.



 
models916 
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02-26-18 05:25 AM - Post#2725641    
    In response to Shepherd

And rebalanced.



 




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