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Tru-Gear Ford 289-302-351W Gear Drive
Tru-Gear Ford 289-302-351W Gear Drive

Tru-Gear Ford 289-302-351W Gear Drive

289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8, 351W Ford Small Block V8

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This is garage sale priced because it is beat up from shipping and missing the bronze ring.

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Replace your timing chain with a Speedway Tru-Gear Gear Drive. Unlike timing chains, gear drives will not stretch or wear prematurely under extreme conditions. The precision gear drives feature gears that are cut from billet steel and heat treated for extreme durability. Offset bushings allow for easy cam indexing and timing changes. Easy installation.
  • Easy to install
  • SAE 660 bronze thrust ring
  • Rugged gear drives offer high-precision timing
  • Dual idler gears for more stability than single gear drives
  • Offset bushings for easy cam indexing (for most applications)
  • Fits under most stock timing chain covers (occasional minor machining may be required)



  • 221 V8 (1962-63)
  • 255 V8 (1980-82)
  • 260 V8 (1962-64)
  • 289 V8 (1963-68)
  • 302 V8 (1968-01)
  • 351W V8 (1969-89)
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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