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1949-1953 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
1949-1953 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears

1949-1953 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears

2.10" Bolt Hole Circle, 2.49" Flange Diameter, 44 Tooth Count, 6.50" Overall Diameter, Aluminum

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1949-1953 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
1949-1953 Flathead Aluminum Timing Gears
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GTIN Code:
013122036765
Bolt Hole Circle:
2.10"
Flange Diameter:
2.49"
Tooth Count:
44
Overall Diameter:
6.50"
Overall Width:
.88"
Weight:
1.10 lbs.
Inside Diameter:
1.56"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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Each
Notes:
Drilled timing mark. Has four oil holes machined into the gear face.
MFG. Part #:
C-2702

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Replace your 1949-1953 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.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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