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COMP Cams 324 2-In-1 Pro Crankshaft Turning Nut, Small Block Ford
COMP Cams 324 2-In-1 Pro Crankshaft Turning Nut, Small Block Ford

COMP Cams 324 2-In-1 Pro Crankshaft Turning Nut, Small Block Ford

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COMP Cams 324 2-In-1 Pro Crankshaft Turning Nut, Small Block Ford
COMP Cams 324 2-In-1 Pro Crankshaft Turning Nut, Small Block Ford
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COMP Cams Small Block Ford Crank Nut.

COMP Cams Ford Crank Nut is a two-piece assembly that allows you to turn your engine in either direction using a large diameter socket. This convenient tool is heavy-duty and hear-treated. This crank nut provides a secure method of attachment for the harmonic damper and other parts.

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

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