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Bambamshere
354 Crankshaft


Hello I have been looking around internet and can't find my crankshaft anywhere. The # on it is 1858061. I looked at the data sheet here and there is nothing. It is a 354 Hemi
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Jack
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Re: 354 Crankshaft
on: Sun 26 of Apr, 2020 [19:29 UTC] score: 0.00
Just for fun a looked at the info for all V8 Mopar crankshafts from 51 to 99.
This casting number is not there.

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DaveBlakeman
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Re: 354 Crankshaft
on: Sat 25 of Apr, 2020 [14:30 UTC] score: 0.00
That number does not come up on any hemi websites either .

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Jack
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Re: 354 Crankshaft
on: Thu 23 of Apr, 2020 [15:06 UTC] score: 0.00
This casting number does NOT show up in Leo's book anywhere.

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DaveBlakeman
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Re: 354 Crankshaft
on: Wed 22 of Apr, 2020 [15:38 UTC] score: 0.00
I have been told there is a difference between the long tail and short tail engine crank. I have a long tail 331 crank.

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George
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on: Mon 27 of Apr, 2020 [16:40 UTC] score: 0.00
> I have been told there is a difference between the long tail and short tail engine crank. I have a long tail 331 crank.

The long tail flange is .200 thicker or twords the back. Oil passages are smaller also.


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