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Fluidampr Balancers 620101 SBC Harmonic Balancer, 6.25 Inch
Fluidampr Balancers 620101 SBC Harmonic Balancer, 6.25 Inch

Fluidampr Balancers 620101 SBC Harmonic Balancer, 6.25 Inch

Chevy Small Block V8, 6.25" Outside Diameter, 2.335" Overall Length, 18.1 SFI Rating, Steel

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  • Weighs only 7.9 lbs. and is internally balanced
  • Has a steel housing with a black zinc chromate finish
  • Outside diameter measures 6.25" and has an overall diameter of 2.335"
  • Specially designed to fit the 262-350 Small Block Chevy 1955-up (will not fit 92-up LT1)

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MFG. Part #:
620101
Outside Diameter:
6.25"
Overall Length:
2.335"
SFI Rating:
18.1
Weight:
7.90 lbs.
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Chrome
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Engine Balance:
Internal
Degree Markings:
Yes
GTIN Code:
815293001104

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Eliminates crankshaft breaks, reduces wear on main bearings and increases horsepower. Fits 262-350 Small Block Chevy 1955-up (will not fit 92-up LT1). Internal balanced. 

  • 6-1/4" diameter
  • 7.9 lbs.
  • Steel housing
  • Black zinc chromate finsih

Item Details

Internally Balanced

Installation Guide (PDF)

Specs

  • Bore Diameter Min/Max:  1.245" / 1.246"
  • Length:  2.335"

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