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> FS: 2.0L Race Crank & Carrillo rods, SOLD
post Sep 15 2020, 06:53 PM
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Crankshaft: We don’t know the origin but I was told by the PO that it was “prepped” and “ready to go”. 71mm stroke. I measured the main journals at 2.3511” and rods at 1.9581”.

Carrillo connecting rods

Both for $800 plus shipping. Includes NOS bearings.

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Do those rods say Carillo on them anywhere? they look a lot like the rods in my motor that are very not carillo.
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