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Classic Headquarters W-938 1964-68 Nova/Camaro S/B PS Crank Pulley
Classic Headquarters W-938 1964-68 Nova/Camaro S/B PS Crank Pulley

Classic Headquarters W-938 1964-68 Nova/Camaro S/B PS Crank Pulley

1 Groove Count, V-Belt Belt Type, Steel, Powder Coated, Black, Short Water Pump Style

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Classic Headquarters W-938 1964-68 Nova/Camaro S/B PS Crank Pulley
Classic Headquarters W-938 1964-68 Nova/Camaro S/B PS Crank Pulley
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MFG. Part #:
W-938
Groove Count:
1
Belt Type:
V-Belt
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Color:
Black
Water Pump Style:
Short

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This 6-3/4" diameter single groove pulley from CHQ is added on to crank pulley for small block power steering option. These pulleys are steel with correct stamped numerals and text.

  • 1967-1968 Camaro, 1964-1968 Nova, 1964-1968 Chevelle
  • Single groove
  • 6-3/4" diameter
  • Correct stamped numerals & text
  • Camaros & Classics part # PS3501
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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