Quick Time RM-920 1974-85 Chevy Lightweight Flexplate
Chevy Small Block V8, 153 Tooth Count, 29.1 SFI Rating, 2.80 lbs. Weight, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Its lightweight design means that it only weighs 2.8 lbs.
- Has 153 teeth and will fit SBC/BBC with 2 piece rear main seal
- It measures 0.265" from the engine side of the ring gear to the crank face
- Made from durable steel with a zinc coating for added corrosion resistance
- This American made flex plate is the lightest flex plate available anywhere
Significantly improve your engine's Acceleration and deceleration with this Light Weight flex plate. This American made flex plate is the lightest flex plate available anywhere. It is S.F.I. 29.1 certified tested to 12500 RPM. This 153 tooth internal balance flex plate fits Small Block Chevy & Big Block Chevy with 2 piece rear main seal. Zinc plated steel will protect the flex plate against corrosion. Other applications available.
- Made In The USA
- Light Weight
- S.F.I. 29.1 Certified Tested To 12500 RPM
- 153 Tooth
- Internal Balance
- Fits SBC BBC With 2 Piece Real Main Seal
- Zinc Plated Steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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