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ISO: '258/4.2L 3.895" Crank - #3727 Casting'

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ISO: '258/4.2L 3.895" Crank - #3727 Casting'

Postby drummergus13 » December 10th, 2016, 9:16 am

I am trying to build a stroker, preferably a 4.6L, but I have run into an issue finding a crank that doesn't cost $500+

If anybody has a crank they wouldn't mind getting rid of, I would gladly take it off of your hands! None of the junkyards around me, Craigslist, Facebook, KSL, etc. have one.

If I can't end up finding one, does anyone know of a decent build with a stock crank or 232 crank? The engine needs built and it's my daily driver.

There is so much knowledge and info on this forum that sometimes I can't even remember if I have found my answer yet or not, and browsing through history doesn't work with thousands of history pages... if you know what I mean!

Not trying to be a "give me your ideas so I can be lazy," I just have information overload and need to set it all straight.

thanks in advance for any help.

-Tanner

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Re: ISO: '258/4.2L 3.895" Crank - #3727 Casting'

Postby IH 392 » December 11th, 2016, 1:45 pm

Telling us your location will help us help you, last time this same issue came up I found the guy one on Craigslist 15 minutes from his location!
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Re: ISO: '258/4.2L 3.895" Crank - #3727 Casting'

Postby Russ Pottenger » December 21st, 2016, 7:44 pm

The 232 3.500 "Mini Stroker" should definitely be considered for a low-cost upgrade from a stock 4.0 build.

With a cast 2229 piston and not touching the deck of the block you'll be around a zero deck with a 4.0 rod with a static around 9.4:1 to 9.5:1ish

It's what I call "no excuse not to build a stroker" engine kit.

Feel free to shoot me an email if you would like to get a kit quote with a freshly ground 232 crank.

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