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Cast Aluminum Flathead Timing Cover
Cast Aluminum Flathead Timing Cover

Cast Aluminum Flathead Timing Cover

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If you run early heads on a late-model Flathead, you won't have a way to clamp the distributor down – until now. This cast aluminum timing cover has a distributor clamp built in. It can also be used as a replacement on 1949-1953 engines, or on 1948 and earlier engines running a 1949-1953 cam.


  • OEM replacement for 1949-1953 Ford/Mercury V8s
  • 1932-1948 Ford/Mercury V8s with a 1949-1953 camshaft & distributor
  • 1932-1948 Ford/Mercury V8s with part #910-15634 distributor drive adapter and 1949-1953 distributor


  1. Has 1/8" NPT port which can be used to supply additional oil to the distributor gear, as a return from the oil filter, or both.

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

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