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Using a 331 Hemi Crankshaft in a 354 Hemi
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Contributed by Spence Sharp

The early 331 Hemi crankshafts, while they can be a direct replacement for 354 Hemi crankshafts, have smaller oil feed holes. 1/4" vs 5/16". They work okay for street use, but should not be used for racing unless the holes are opened up and chamfered.

Last Updated: 2002-12-29

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