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Crower Rod Bolts

I bought the billet rods for my engine used; and these bolts came in a bag labeled NEW; and the seller said they were new.

However, I intended to make 1000fwhp and had no way of solidly verifying how new these bolts were; though they look brand new to me (no sign of scuffing, etc). Anyway, since I couldn't verify nor test the origin of these bolts, I had crower fit the rods with new bolts when I sent them in for reconditioning.

I have no idea if these bolts will fit other rods. As-is, no guarantees, though they're probably brand new and I probably wasted my money buying new ones.

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