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Edelbrock 4241 Aluminum Timing Cover, Polished, Big Block Chevy
Edelbrock 4241 Aluminum Timing Cover, Polished, Big Block Chevy

Edelbrock 4241 Aluminum Timing Cover, Polished, Big Block Chevy

Chevy Big Block V8, Bolts/Studs Included, One-Piece Style, Edelbrock Logo, Aluminum, Polished

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Edelbrock 4241 Aluminum Timing Cover, Polished, Big Block Chevy
Edelbrock 4241 Aluminum Timing Cover, Polished, Big Block Chevy
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GTIN Code:
085347042418
Bolts/Studs Included:
Yes
Style:
One-Piece
Logo:
Edelbrock
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Polished
Gasket(s) Included:
Yes
Timing Pointer Included:
Yes
Notes:
May require extra gasket thickness or shim under short pump to clear cover.
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4241

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Our die-cast polished timing covers for Chevrolet come with pan seal, allen head bolts, gaskets, washers, and timing marker. Number 4240 won't fit 1987 & later; number 4241 won't fit 1991 and later big-block Gen V & VI engines.

  • Die-Cast Aluminum Cover
  • Includes all Necessary Gaskets; bolts and Seals
  • Compatible With Stock Water Pumps
  • Compatible w/Victor Series Alum. Water Pumps
  • Won't fit 1991 and later big-block Gen V & VI engines
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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