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Shaver-Wesmar Small Block Chevy Gear Drive, Standard Cam Height
Shaver-Wesmar Small Block Chevy Gear Drive, Standard Cam Height

Shaver-Wesmar Small Block Chevy Gear Drive, Standard Cam Height

Chevy Small Block V8

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Shaver-Wesmar Small Block Chevy Gear Drive, Standard Cam Height
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Ron Shaver and Bob Westphal have combined their 70+ years experience in the sprint engine building business to create the ultimate gear drive.

  • Made of ultra-light aluminum aircraft alloy
  • Crack resistant steel idler gear support
  • Gears precision cut from 9310 steel, with no more than a .001 total run out with 20 degrees pressure angle
  • Fits most small block Chevys
  • Highly adjustable and easy to install

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