1986-1997 Chevy 168 Tooth Flexplate 1-PC Rear Main, Ext. Balance
305 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, 14.125" Outside Diameter, 168 Tooth Count
- Non SFI
- S/B Chevy
- Suggested whenever installing a new engine or transmission
These non-SFI rated Small Block Chevy flex plates are suggested whenever installing a new engine or transmission. This is 168-tooth flexplate for 1986-97 externally balanced S/B Chevys (such as 305/350) with a 1-piece rear main seal.
Make sure you choose the correct flywheel for your application by reading our tech article. Small Block Chevy - How to Choose a Flexplate.
External Balance, 1986-1997 V8
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Q & A
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