Gm Pink rods and TRW pistons

WHISKEYtrout

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Apr 10, 2019
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These are for sale. To the best of my knowledge they are Gm pink rods (someone correct me if I’m wrong!) and TRW z28 302 standard 4inch pistons (3927172)

$500 (shipping can be discussed)

It’s probably not likely that someone wants both but I guess we’ll see! Might have to sell seperately
 
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Vettenick

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Jul 17, 2019
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If you're shooting for an original short block, then the pink rods are the way to go. Everyone has their own opinion on what's the best way to go. I like OE, and there are many blocks still alive after 6500 shifts. But again, if you have a numbers matching car, that's the way to go.
 

70lt1z28

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I have a numbers matching engine also and went with Scat 4340 I beam rods (and crank), and even had those x-rayed and magged. Too many high RPM cycles on the old pink rods made me nerrrrrrvous.
 




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