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1935-1948 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
1935-1948 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears

1935-1948 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears

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1935-1948 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
1935-1948 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
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2706 / 91A-6256-ALUM
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Replace your 1935-1948 Flathead Ford V8's weak original "fiber" timing chain gear with this superior, aluminum cam gear. It lasts longer and withstands high performance cam/valve spring loads with ease.

Note:  # 910-14625E (2706) is an exact replacement for 1935-1948 Fords & Mercs using a "bolt-on" gear.  Some 1935-1941 Fords/Mercurys used a press-on gear, this replacement timing chain gear will not work for this type of application.

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