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Blowing out 8 different sets of aluminum rods, all BME (Bill Miller Engineering). BME's have long been one of the best, as they are forged. Expensive rods! But not here.

Most of these sets have seen extremely little use (only one set saw a bunch of use and is noted), some almost no use at all. These are for crank journal sizes 2.100, 2.200, and 2.375. My measurements are with dial caliper and not some fancy rod measuring jig. The measurements should be close, and I'm giving what I can determine. Here we go, in no particular order:

Set #1: BME "426" series, 2.100 journal and 1.030 pin, approximately 7.403 C-C. $175

Set #2: BME "426" series, 2.375 journal and 1.090 pin, approximately 7.255 C-C. $175

Set #3: BME "500" series, 2.100 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 6.588 C-C. $175

Set #4: BME "396" series, 2.100 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 6.668 C-C. $175

Set #5: BME "396" series, 2.100 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 7.108 C-C. Has a good set of bearings still in them. $185

Set #6: BME "396" series, 2.200 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 6.980 C-C. $175

Set #7: BME "500" series, 2.100 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 6.500 C-C. This one set has seen a bunch of passes, with 60 reported. But, just $75

Set #8: BME "500" series, 2.100 journal and 0.990 pin, approximately 6.648 C-C. This set only has 7 rods, as one rod was lost. But, just $95

Add Flat Rate Priority Mail costs. USA and Canada destinations only, please (due to high mailing costs to all other countries).

If interested in purchasing, please e-mail me direct at [email protected] instead of PM'ing me here.
MAKE SURE you let me know exactly which set # you are inquiring about.


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