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Trick Flow steel main girdle PN 53400700. Has a small amount of clearencing at a few edges so it would clear a stock 460 crank. Great shape. $100.00 plus shipping http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?part=TFS-53400700&N=400098+4294908331+4294840123+4294845624+115&autoview=sku

Crower billet steel I-beam connecting rods for stock stroke 460. Direct replacement. 6.605 length, 2.65 big bore, 1.040 pin bore. These rods were opened up .001 on the big end for a little more bearing clearance. I ended up with .025 bearing clearance. The small end could use new bushings. Other than a little wear in the small end the rods are in great shape. These were around $1000.00 when purchased new.
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Crane flat tappet cam. Grind number F272/3874 Part number 351601
Cam is used but all lobes look ok. This has a big nasty idle for racing only.
It would be rough on the street. Ran a best time of 5.49 with a 300 shot so the cam worked well for me. People did not believe it was a flat tappet at the track LOL http://www.cranecams.com/?show=browseParts&lvl=2&prt=5&Vehicle_Type=Auto&Cylinders=8&Engine_Make=FORD-MERCURY&Year=1970&Engine_Size=370-460 C.I.&partNumber=351601&partType=camshaft
$100.00 plus shipping

1.55 diameter springs, 1.50 diameter titanium retainers and spring cups.
I had 145 lbs seat pressure at 1.90 installed height. There were installed on a set of SCJ heads but should also fit many other application's and were used with the Crane cam listed above.
$100.00 plus shipping

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I am located in Katy,Texas. This is just outside the Houston area.
Martin Keefer
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