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    If you are looking at the same brand rods and one is clearance for a stroker application and the other is not. Where is the difference in the rod? Hope I asked this right. Thanks Troy

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    Quote Originally Posted by APOLLO View Post
    If you are looking at the same brand rods and one is clearance for a stroker application and the other is not. Where is the difference in the rod? Hope I asked this right. Thanks Troy
    It usually has to do with the clearance on the big end where the rod bolt is on a factory rod, or where the rod bolt comes through on a rod with a cap screw.

    I am sure others will have better explanations and maybe even pictures. I don't think there will be any sacrifice in strength.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    It usually has to do with the clearance on the big end where the rod bolt is on a factory rod, or where the rod bolt comes through on a rod with a cap screw.

    I am sure others will have better explanations and maybe even pictures. I don't think there will be any sacrifice in strength.

    Paul

    That was my thinking as well but was not 100%. My block is notched out so much to clear the rod bolt just like you sated. Kind of hard to see when there not next to one another. Thanks Troy

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