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Big Block Chevy Crank Socket for Degree Wheel
Big Block Chevy Crank Socket for Degree Wheel

Big Block Chevy Crank Socket for Degree Wheel

65-00 Chevy, 70-00 GMC, Dirt Late Model, Modified, Stock Car

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Big Block Chevy Crank Socket for Degree Wheel
Big Block Chevy Crank Socket for Degree Wheel
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By removing the crank hub or balancer and using this tool, engine builders have a positive way to turn over the engine. Broached keyway allows 1/2" socket to slide over crank snout and key. Giant knurled jam nut positions degree wheel. 

Use with 11" degree wheel.

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

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