Speedway 30% Reduction Pulley Combo for S/B Chevy Short Pump
Chevy Small Block V8, V-Belt Belt Type, 33.125" Belt Length, 2 Groove Count, .43" Belt Width
- Includes a cast aluminum double groove and water pump pulley, crank pulley and a matched pair of heavy-duty belts
- Premium aluminum construction to ensure long life and durability
- Slows water pump speed by 30% for increased horsepower
- Fits Small Block Chevy V8 with '55-'68 short-style water pump with 3/4" shaft
- Belt length 33.125", shaft diameter .75", belt width .43"
Kit includes a cast aluminum double groove cast aluminum water pump pulley, crank pulley, and a matched pair of heavy duty belts. Slows water pump speed by 30% for increased horsepower.
Fits Small Block Chevy V8 with '55-'68 short-style water pump with 3/4" shaft.
Get the correct pulleys for your application by learning which water pump you have as explained in our tech article. SBC - Short vs Long Water Pump.
NotesIncludes crank and water pump pulleys. Two belts also included. 30% reduction. Belt number: 15325AP
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