Safty First! Then pull the trigger!
- Oct 14, 2017
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- What vehicle(s) do you drive?
- 1964 Commercial, 1948 Austin, 58 Pan
Now that I have decided to go aluminum. There is one problem. Size. Aluminum is physically bigger than steel. I remember back in the '70's we had to grind the blocks in Pontiacs just to fit them in with stock strokes. Would like to do a stroker, but if that is not possible with aluminum rods so be it. Would like to go with BBC rods. But machine work may cost more than going with Cad specific. Since most of you guy seem to be machinists, I thought you may have some answers.