Hays 10-010 168 Tooth Internal Balanced Flexplate 1957-85 SBC V8
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, 168 Tooth Count, 2.490" Hole Diameter, Steel
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HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.Hays heavy duty Flexplate for high performance competition Chevy engines are constructed of a thicker than stock steel plate. This enables them to withstand the stress of high-stall torque converters and high-RPM engines. These flexplates are supplied with a ring gear that is securely welded in place and feature a dual bolt pattern for use with a Powerglide or Turbo style torque converter. This flexplate has a 168 tooth ring gear and fits the internal balance Chevy V8 engines. It is S.F.I. 29.1 certified and zinc dichromate plated to resist corrosion. Other applications available.
- S.F.I. 29.1 Certified
- 168 Tooth Ring Gear
- Internal Balance Chevy V8 Engines
- Zinc Dichromate Plated
- Heavy Duty
- 0.030" thicker than the stock flexplate
This is applicable to the 396, 402, and 427 big block engines. The 454 and larger big blocks were externally balanced from the factory.
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