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unclechev
    
1935 Standard Six Crankshaft?
Does anyone have the specs for 1935 Chevy Standard Six Crankshaft Bearings?
posted: April 1, 2008
 
    
 
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chevyluver
    
The crankshaft weighed 69lbs. was counterbalanced and contained three main bearings. Material: steel-backed babbitt.
posted:  April 1, 2008
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chevystar
    
Front: 2 1/16" diameter by 1 49/64" long
Center: 2 1/8" diameter by 1 7/8" long
Rear: 2 3/16" diameter by 2 11/64" long
posted:  April 1, 2008
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