Is there any reason a 4340 forged steel crank from a 400 couldn't be ground .200 on the mains so it will fit in a 350 block? I've done it before on a stock cast 400 cranks but I have an aftermarket forged steel crank from a 400 that is actually 3.8 stroke that has spun center mains. I'd hate to see it wasted so I was thinking of having the mains ground to 2.450 so I can use it in a 350 block or maybe back in a 400 with the use of bearing spacers. (this crank is probably to bad to turn .010, .020 or probly even .030). Not sure if the crank is Scat or Eagle. They both seem to use the same part # thats on my crank (440038006000). I cant think of a good reason not to do it but maybe I'm missing something? Thanks for reading.