Separate names with a comma.
Can anyone verify that these are 340 rods. Thanks in advance.
Give me a min.
I need to just keep my book out. LOL Yes 72 and 73 340 with cast crank.
Thanks Mike. I need your book ! Does your book say what they're going for these days ?
Seriously, what book you have and how can I get one ?
Oops I thought you were talking about the value of the rods. My bad. It's by Galen Govier and this one came from A&A Transmissions but most Mopar parts sellers sell them.
I've seen them in 318's and 360's too.
I was! (talking about the rods)
Here’s one from from Galen’s website and yes I’m kicked back in the recliner
I gotta get me one!
Yep you sure do! any self respecting mopar parts seller/hunter needs a white book Here’s the link White Books – Galen's Tag Service, LLC
Came in any SB that they wanted to use bushed rods. 318 or 340
I've never seen a factory floating rod in a 360.
were those not pressed pin 318/360 rods that someone bushed? Larry Shephards book says those were pressed pin 360 and 318 numbers...? 2899495 were stock 340 floaters
Not all were bushed. Most of the 318 and 360 2bbl's were press fit.
I wonder if the 340 rods were bushed and the 318 and 360 rods not.
cuz these may not be factory floating....? Seems alot of work to get some floaters.
I sold a set of 645 rods and pistons that came out of a 1972 Duster 318 that were bushed. Plus I have sold another set here that were bushed.
Pretty sure that's the answer.
Everything I see online says 318, 340 and 360. We all know the 340 rods were all bushed so.....
I got 340 645 rods that were brushed. Those are 340 far as I know.
Here is a 645 rod from 1970 340 Free Floating Bushing Style (e-bay pic) Slip a wrist pin in that bushing end to see how wore it is. If it is out of spec it gets to be some bucks to have them re-bushed and fit. That affects the price of their value. Can sell them as cores for rebuilding too. 340s got run hard, usually need the re-bush. Little hard to read, but says 645. ☆☆☆☆☆