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    Default Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    Need a part number for the above. 400 crank is already cut for the bearing. Any idea on a part number for this? Most of the old threads I have found are for the 455 73 and up UNCUT cranks...

    Thanks!
    George

    1969 GS Stage 1 4 speed 'The Maroon Goon'
    1969 GS 400 convertible

    Owned countless 1968-1969 GS models- 4 speeds, Stage 1's, etc, etc...Always willing to help!!

  2. Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    This is one item I have found at Advanced Auto...
    pretty universal part. For once!
    Deceptively Proficient.

    Ted Nagel.

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    Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    Hi George,Here is a number for a real nice one from GM #10125896 it brass with flutes.Randy
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    Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    PRESENT CARS
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    Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    George,

    The Dorman parts store one is a #14650, but they're not true bronze. They are an alloy and you can have issues.

    AutoGear just started selling these, at $8 a piece.
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    1966 Buick GS Post Coupe
    1970 Buick Skylark 455 4sp
    11.87 @ 117

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    Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    I have one w/ the clutch- PC656 and a CP02 stamped on it... ?
    George

    1969 GS Stage 1 4 speed 'The Maroon Goon'
    1969 GS 400 convertible

    Owned countless 1968-1969 GS models- 4 speeds, Stage 1's, etc, etc...Always willing to help!!

  7. Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Massicotte View Post
    George,

    The Dorman parts store one is a #14650, but they're not true bronze. They are an alloy and you can have issues.

    AutoGear just started selling these, at $8 a piece.
    Cool , thanks Paul. Must find AutoGear distributor now.
    Deceptively Proficient.

    Ted Nagel.

  8. Default Re: Part number for a pilot bushing/ pilot bearing for a 400?

    Nice stuff there @ http://www.autogear.net/
    They have a variety of ratios...interesting..
    Deceptively Proficient.

    Ted Nagel.

 

 

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