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Edelbrock 7331 Hex-A-Just By Cloyes Adjustable True-Roller Timing Set
Edelbrock 7331 Hex-A-Just By Cloyes Adjustable True-Roller Timing Set

Edelbrock 7331 Hex-A-Just By Cloyes Adjustable True-Roller Timing Set

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Edelbrock 7331 Hex-A-Just By Cloyes Adjustable True-Roller Timing Set
Edelbrock 7331 Hex-A-Just By Cloyes Adjustable True-Roller Timing Set
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Gasket(s) Included:
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Gear Attachment:
Bolts/Studs Included:
Timing Chain Style:
Double Roller
Retard at Camshaft:
6 degree
Retard at Crankshaft:
4 degree
Thrust Bearing Included:
Offset Bushings Included:
Cam Sprocket Material:
Billet steel
Crank Sprocket Material:
Billet steel


Now, you can dial-in your camshaft with ease with our RPM-Link Roller Timing Chain Set. RPM-Link Timing Chain Sets bolt onto your engine just like any other timing chain set, so there's no machining required.
  • Chevy 262-400 V8 (1955-95)
  • Not applicable to OEM Chevrolet hydraulic roller-lifter camshaft equipped engines
  • Dial-In Your Camshaft With Ease
  • Made From Induction Hardened Billet Steel
  • Solid Bushing Chain Resists Stretching
  • Billet SAE-1144 Steel Crank Sprockets
  • Multiple Keyways


Not applicable to OEM Chevrolet and Chrysler hydraulic roller-lifter camshaft equipped engines.   


Will not fit factory roller cam applications.Not legal for sale or use on pollution controlled vehicles.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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