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1955-1968 Chevy Short Pump Double Groove Upper Pulley
1955-1968 Chevy Short Pump Double Groove Upper Pulley

1955-1968 Chevy Short Pump Double Groove Upper Pulley

Chevy Small Block V8, 6.32" Outside Diameter, 2.72" Mounted Length, .64" Shaft Diameter, Steel

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1955-1968 Chevy Short Pump Double Groove Upper Pulley
1955-1968 Chevy Short Pump Double Groove Upper Pulley
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MFG. Part #:
91015423
Outside Diameter:
6.32"
Mounted Length:
2.72"
Shaft Diameter:
.64"
Bolt Hole Pattern:
4 on 1.75
Groove Count:
2
Belt Width:
.38"
Belt Type:
V-Belt
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Chrome
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Mounted length is from the face of the water pump pulley mount towards the front of the engine.
Water Pump Style:
Short

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Chrome upper Small Block Chevy pulley for 1955-1968 short pumps.

Get the correct pulleys for your application by learning which water pump you have as explained in our tech article. SBC - Short vs Long Water Pump.  

Item Details

Upper, 6-3/8" Diameter
Double Groove
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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