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TCI 871007 S/B Ford Pointer for 6.25 in Balancer
TCI 871007 S/B Ford Pointer for 6.25 in Balancer

TCI 871007 S/B Ford Pointer for 6.25 in Balancer

289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8

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TCI 871007 S/B Ford Pointer for 6.25 in Balancer
TCI 871007 S/B Ford Pointer for 6.25 in Balancer
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These high-quality timing pointers are CNC-machined from aluminum billet and are black anodized with a laser-etched logo on the front. The pointer is adjustable up to 4 and all fasteners are stainless steel.

This CNC-Machined Timing Pointer for Ford 6.25" Rattler balancers is the most accurate way to check the piston movement without breaking out a degree wheel.


1963-1968 Ford Small Block V8 289
1968-1995 Ford Small Block V8 302
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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