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    Question Cleveland 351 Crank

    G'day everyone,

    New to posting thread.

    Need some help with Ford Cleveland 351 Crank Data.

    Need a replacement crank.
    I understand the numbers on the big end and main bearing slippers, however, I have been looking on the net and there are numbers listed after the description ie one set of numbers are
    3.85, 5.955, 2.1, 52 for a particular crank. This is probably crank info 101 to most people but I can't work out what they mean.

    Please enlighten me.

    Thanks for reading

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    Default Re: Cleveland 351 Crank

    3.85 = stroke, 5.955 = rod length, 2.1 = rod journal diameter, 52 = 52 lbs weight (I think).

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    Default Re: Cleveland 351 Crank

    52 pounds would make it around 20+ kilos which seems a tad heavy, ounces sounds more likely

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    Default Re: Cleveland 351 Crank

    A stock cleveland crank weighs 56 pounds. A Scat Superlight crank weighs 48 pounds. 52 pounds for a standard weight Scat crank. Cranks are heavy. Are you thinking of the imbalance which is 28oz for a 351C?
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    Default Re: Cleveland 351 Crank

    Nah, fair enough

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