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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-09-2009, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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WTB 351C Crankshaft spacer

I'm looking for a 351-C crankshaft spacer Ford Motorsport part# M-19009-A341. This is used with an aftermarket race crank. PM me if you have one.

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TTT Does anybody know where I can get one?

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I will check. I might have a spare or at least one I can measure for you.

Pretty simple little spacer.

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Bump.....I can't believe that nobody has one of these laying around.

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if you can't find one just take a lathe and cut you one out, and go that way.....



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That's what I'll do if need be. It's just alot easier to buy one if I could.

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Spacer

I had one and just sold it last week. If you are in need of a timing chain set, Rollmaster makes a nice piece with the correct crank sprocket. I used it for a 408C I recently put together. Let me know and I can dig up a part number. I decided to go this route instead of the spacer because the cleveland chain fit a little too sloppy on the windsor crank snout.
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Ok Merc I did find one.... two actually. Pretty sure they are home made copies of the originals from ford.

I could send you one via snail mail.... probly take a week to 10 days from here.. or I could just measure it and let you know the dimensions...

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