Click to View Rod Small End Width & Thickness Above the Pin


  • Pin end widths
    • SBC/LS1/SBF: 0.988″
    • BBC/BBF: 1.054″
    • GT-R: 1.005″
  • Thickness Above The Pin
    • H-Beam – SBC/LS1/SBF: 0.195″
    • H-Beam – BBC: 0.225″
    • I-Beam – SBC/LS1/SBF: 0.230″
    • I-Beam – BBC/BBF: 0.245″
    • LW I-Beam – SBC: 0.195″
    • GT-R: .170″
  • Big End Width
    • GT-R : .895″

*Pin ends are on center for all parts

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10 comments for “Click to View Rod Small End Width & Thickness Above the Pin”

  1. Dave Bonci says:

    Do the Magnum XL and ultra billet big block chevy crankshafts need balancing? If they don’t what are the balancing specs, thanks Dave

    1. CalliesAnswerTeam says:


      The Magnum XL and Ultra Billet BB Chevy crankshafts do need balancing. We highly recommend an internal balancing job. If you need help coming up with your bob weight, feel free to call us at 419-435-2711 and ask for a tech.

      Thank you!

      Callies Answer Team

  2. carlos hernandez says:

    hello I’m looking into ordering 8 i beam connecting rods butt was wondering the price and the time it would take to get them to me in beaumont california. thanks for you’re help

    1. Callies Answer Team says:

      Hi Carlos, One of our sales guys will be sending you an email. It will come from

  3. Michael Scholten says:

    Hi I’m needing a set of 6.1 length rods to suit my
    Stock crank ls9 with a 0.927 small end this is a turbo set up with over 1000hp so hoping to run some of your ibeams
    thanks Mike

    1. Callies Answer Team says:

      Hi Michael, Sending you an email now.

  4. Wayne E Schaefer says:

    What is Callies feeling on useing the small end of rod and special pistons to control lateral movement of rod on crank, so weight could be taken off sides of big of rod? This would be useing your ultra 5.7 rod in a SBC, flat top pistons, 10.8 CR, 585 HP, 485 TQ, 8500 RPM.

    1. Callies Answer Team says:

      Hi Wayne we are sending you an email.

  5. Roy Grace says:

    I plan on building a 735 cid big block chevy using a Dart 31293865 block, and your magnum crank BB542B-MG. The block has a 10.6″ deck height. What length rod would be best? 6.8″ or 7″?

    1. Callies Answer Team says:

      Hi Roy, We are sending you an email now.

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