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COMP Cams 217 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Big Block Chevy, Kit
COMP Cams 217 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Big Block Chevy, Kit

COMP Cams 217 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Big Block Chevy, Kit

454 Chevy Big Block V8

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COMP Cams 217 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Big Block Chevy, Kit
COMP Cams 217 2-Piece Aluminum Timing Cover, Big Block Chevy, Kit
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COMP Cams Big Block Chevy Gen VI Two Piece Billet Aluminum Timing Cover.

COMP Cams Big Block Chevy Gen VI Two Piece Billet Aluminum Timing Cover makes the use of early style big block Chevy cams and double roller timing set in the late model Gen VI engine possible. This cover allows the Camshaft to be replaced without disturbing the oil pan seal and offers simple endplay adjustment through a dial indicator access hole.

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1996-2000 Chevy 454
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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