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1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate

1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate

383 Chevy Small Block V8, 400 Chevy Small Block V8, .110" Overall Thickness, Steel, Natural

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1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
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1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1955-85 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
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MFG. Part #:
91615375
Overall Thickness:
.110"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Each
Notes:
Fits 1955-1985 SBC with a 2 piece rear main seal.

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When running a 383 or 400 S/B Chevy with a 153 tooth flexplate or flywheel, you need to have a balancing plate. These fit between the crankshaft and flexplate and correctly balance the engine without resorting to a big heavy flywheel.

Lets you balance your Small Block Chevy 400 or 383 with a 350 flywheel (manual transmission flywheel or automatic transmission flex plate) and a bolt-on balancing plate. Road and race tested. Allows use of lighter 350 flywheel to rev quicker. Precision stamped steel.

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916-15375 Instructions (PDF)

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