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    They are for a small block chevy is all I remember. Going to put them on Ebay. But thats a little difficult with out a manufacturer. Any help would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimthetoolman View Post

    They are for a small block chevy is all I remember. Going to put them on Ebay. But thats a little difficult with out a manufacturer. Any help would be great.
    Sure look like Eagles but check the cap bolts. Normally Eagle has them stamped!

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    Sure look like Eagles but check the cap bolts. Normally Eagle has them stamped!
    There is no name on them. The rod bolts say carr sps62.

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    Looks like a taper beam Carrillo ? ( sort of )

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    Looks like a taper beam Carrillo ? ( sort of )
    X2...that would be my guess, especially with Carillo rod bolts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    X2...that would be my guess, especially with Carillo rod bolts.

    If they are Carillo what is a fair price to ask? I don't have a clue.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimthetoolman View Post
    There is no name on them. The rod bolts say carr sps62.
    Well with the carr on the bolts that sums it up! Go to there we site and get an idea! Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimthetoolman View Post
    There is no name on them. The rod bolts say carr sps62.
    Carillo has used SPS for their rod bolts since forever and they probably always will. SPS has been around longer than ARP and they are a true aircraft industry fastener, not just a spin-off geared toward the auto racing industry.

    I would send your pics to Carillo and ask them.

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    Jim, its hard to see identification on the rod from that picture, but if you tell me the info on the side of the big end I can tell you what it is. I won't have pricing info, just rod info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston Maker View Post
    Jim, its hard to see identification on the rod from that picture, but if you tell me the info on the side of the big end I can tell you what it is. I won't have pricing info, just rod info.

    Thanks for your reply! 32316h is the number on the big end. I looked in your catalog but did not find them.

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    Jim, none of our numbers have an "H" in them. Without the "H" we are not even finding it to be a Chevrolet. Can you take a better picture or two so we can verify?

    Thanks

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    They sure look long for a SBC. What's the c to c length?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    They sure look long for a SBC. What's the c to c length?
    They are 6.0 according to my Harbor Freight piece of sh*t. I think these have the honda size journals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston Maker View Post
    Jim, none of our numbers have an "H" in them. Without the "H" we are not even finding it to be a Chevrolet. Can you take a better picture or two so we can verify?

    Thanks

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