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Lunati SBC Pro Series Crank $995

I have 5 of these left. They are Lunati Pro Series 4340 Cranks with contured counterweights. They are 3.75" stroke and profiled for a 6" rod. They are 350 Main. They are 1 pc so they will fit a late model block or an SHP. You can build from 377 to a 409 SBC. Price included freighted to your door.

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Re: Lunati SBC Pro Series Crank $995

Damn good deal Chris...makes me want to build a SB...

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Re: Lunati SBC Pro Series Crank $995

yeah it is about a $600 savings.

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