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COMP Cams 210 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Small Block Chevy, Kit
COMP Cams 210 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Small Block Chevy, Kit

COMP Cams 210 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Small Block Chevy, Kit

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy 90-Degree V6

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COMP Cams 210 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Small Block Chevy, Kit
COMP Cams 210 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Small Block Chevy, Kit
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COMP Cams Two-Piece Billet Aluminum Timing Cover for Small Block Chevrolet.

COMP Cams Two-Piece Billet Aluminum Timing Covers eliminate timing cover flex while also allowing the Camshaft to be replaced without disturbing the oil pan seal. End play adjustment is made with a dial indicator access hole and an integrated timing pointer design simplifies ignition timing checks. These rigidly designed billet covers are compatible with most water pumps and gear drives.

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1955-95 Chevy 262-400
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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