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Mr Gasket 4590 Timing Cover, 1955-87 SBC, Steel, Chrome
Mr Gasket 4590 Timing Cover, 1955-87 SBC, Steel, Chrome

Mr Gasket 4590 Timing Cover, 1955-87 SBC, Steel, Chrome

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy 90-Degree V6

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Mr. Gasket Timing Cover Kit fits Chevy Small Block 1955-87 and is the finishing touch to dressing up your engine. This kit is for use with OEM style timing chains only. Double roller type chains or gear drives require checking for adequate clearance. This kit includes everything you need, including the timing cover, bolts, front oil pan seal, front seal and water pump gaskets.

Mr. Gasket Timing Cover Kit fits Chevy Small Block 1955-87 and is for use with OEM style timing chains only. Double roller type chains or gear drives require checking for adequate clearance. This kit includes everything you need.

  • Fits Chevy Small Block 1955-87
  • For Use With OEM Style Timing Chain Only
  • Chrome Plated Steel

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