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can we use Eagle brand competition H beam rods on our m10's

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Ireland Engineering sells long rods for m10s in the 144mm length. They look very similar to Eagle's.

Call Jeff Ireland, it will be tough to beat his price of $145 per on a set of custom rods.

Anthony

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It is 145 each. If it was 145 a set we would all have them.

Thats what he said. Read the post again where it says "per"

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they have a similar length of 5.565" or 144mm ones for a chevy sbc. could we use these?

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I doubt it but I would need to know the pin diameter on SB Chev's and the big end diameter.

For comparison the m10 / s14 combos are something close to this:

Big End Diameter: 52 mm or 2.04724409"

Small End diameter 22 mm = 0.866141732"

These are not exact dimension they are approximate.

You would also need to know big and small end thickness.

Why not call Ireland?

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The Crower rods I have are B93970B For S14 M3 The C to C spacing is 5.669. The weigh rotating of 412 and have a recip weight of 157 and total 569.

John

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