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FORD 429 COMMERCIAL TRUCK STEEL CRANKSHAFT

American forging, forged of american steel. In offset stroked form, these crankshafts have been known to support in excess of 2500 hp (not a garantee). This example is currently standard-standard on the mains and rods. All the journals are in such outstanding shape that they don't require so much as a polish. It can be offset stroked to a Ford 460's 3.85" stroke (possibly as high as 3.885") and still have a standard-sized 2.200" rod journal dimension (ie, the mains-rods of the crankshaft after stroking could still be std-std, depending on your needs). Or you might want to go 3.95" with a 2.100 journal (<---has greater journal overlap cross sectional area and cross sectional width than a 4.14" crankshaft's 2.200" rod journal). Straight out of the 429 Lima and never raced or abused.

  • 3.59" stroke
  • Standard main journals
  • Standard rod journals
  • unmodified 1.75" diameter snout and flange
  • Sell: $425
This crankshaft is the nicest untouched example of these cranks that I have seen. It is a personal item and being sold as such. Please note this is a sales thread, not a commentary thread. Serious inquries only, please. Better to call than to PM but I'll eventually answer PMs as well.

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what is leinght on snout?
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By tape measure, the snout length is 5 inches from the tip of the snout down to the thrust boss for the timing chain crank gear (same length as a passenger car 460 crankshaft). We have machined these snouts to 1.61" BBC, 1.53" Chrysler, and 1.375" BBF, all double-keyed.

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think I know the answer but does anyone make an ots 3.59 429 forged dish piston (1.040 pin) that would get me around 9-1 w/stock deck height and c8's uncut? seems everything is setup for 460 3.85

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think I know the answer but does anyone make an ots 3.59 429 forged dish piston (1.040 pin) that would get me around 9-1 w/stock deck height and c8's uncut? seems everything is setup for 460 3.85
Diamond has the #40201 460 piston with 25cc dish; see if they can move the pin down 0.125" (to the 429 pin location) and you'd have a 9:1 forged piston with a 75 cc head.

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I have a number of these steel crankshafts, from std-std (above) to various undersize combos, priced accordingly. Call directly to inquire.

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I have a number of these steel crankshafts, from std-std (pictured above) to various undersize combos, priced accordingly. Call directly to inquire.

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do you have one thats .010 .010 or .010 .020 or .020 .020 that is a little cheaper? it has to be stock snout, thanks Butterbean and how much to be shipped to naples, Fl 34117 ???
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do you have one thats .010 .010 or .010 .020 or .020 .020 that is a little cheaper? it has to be stock snout, thanks Butterbean and how much to be shipped to naples, Fl 34117 ???
Yes, we have a 0.010/0.010 crankshaft in stock, among others; call for details.

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I noticed the 2,500 hp number. fully detailed one should be able to spin 8,000 or so?


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I noticed the 2,500 hp number. fully detailed one should be able to spin 8,000 or so?


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8000 rpm: I know people who have run their offset stroked forged steel 429 truck crankshafts past 8000 rpm for years.

2500 hp: Currently, an engine is going together that will use our billet hemi heads and a 3.47" stroke, Chrysler rod journaled, 429 steel truck crankshaft. The engine is expected to generate more than 2500 hp...not that this is the example that serves for the 2500 hp number that I noted at the top of this thread (there have been other engines prior to this one).

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