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Old 07-22-2021, 06:50 AM
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v8 crank shaft

My crankshaft is toast and I'm having trouble finding a new one. The part doesn't seem to have any numbers on it for id.


AMC V8 1989.
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Old 07-22-2021, 09:51 AM
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if you post a want ad in the classifieds here, I am sure someone will have one laying around. The 360 crank is pretty ubiquitous. Or if you post a want ad over at theamcforum.com I am sure they will help you out, too. There are awesome folks on that forum and they are ridiculously helpful. No way I could have finished my engine build without them.

I see you have a wanted ad for the whole engine over there already. That's good! Also, SC/397 usually has a few cores laying around. If I ever need another AMC V8, that would be my first contact. BUT he is about to retire so gettem while he's hot (he may not be taking any more builds on but I am sure he would be happy to sell some inventory off, like a crank or 360 core).
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Old 07-22-2021, 10:31 AM
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Crank

Thanks for the help.


My 89 V8 360 has the following number on the block 3195528ad 360




Trying to find what engine this is. I was told it was the original when I bought it but doesn't appear to be. Have to make sure I get the correct parts.
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Old 07-23-2021, 06:46 PM
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Call Kennedy American (Ohio). If he doesn't have one he knows all the AMC contacts within a few hundred miles.
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Thanks for the help.


My 89 V8 360 has the following number on the block 3195528ad 360




Trying to find what engine this is. I was told it was the original when I bought it but doesn't appear to be. Have to make sure I get the correct parts.

a 304 crankshaft will work as well(they're the same)
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