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Proform 67493

Professional Crankshaft Turning Socket With Degree Wheel Mount for Small/Big Block Chrysler/Mopar

Proform 67493

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Proform 67493 Professional Crankshaft Turning Socket With Degree Wheel Mount for Small/Big Block Chrysler/Mopar $26.99
Professional Crankshaft Turning Socket
  • Small/Big Block Chrysler/Mopar
  • With Degree Wheel Mount
  • 1.542'' ID
  • Aluminum

  • Proform 67493 Details

    Pro Crankshaft Turning Sockets
    With Degree Wheel Mount

  • Non-Marring; Aluminum
  • Turn Using 0.5 in. Breaker Bar Or Drive Ratchet

  • Specifications:

    Degree Wheel Attachment
    Yes
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Socket Finish
    Natural
    Socket Material
    Aluminum
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    67493

    The Proform Crankshaft Turning Sockets are the proper way to rotate the crankshaft when the damper is off using a 1/2'' drive breaker bar or ratchet. Now available in a ''Pro'' version with a degree wheel mounting flange, designed for the serious engine builder and tuner!

    Features:
  • Allows crankshaft rotation with the balancer/damper removed
  • Uses common 1/2'' drive ratchet or breaker bar
  • ''Pro'' version adds a provision for mounting a degree wheel
  • Non-marring Aluminum construction (except 778-67606 which is Stainless Steel)

  • 67493 - Proform Crankshaft Turning Sockets is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could be better The roll pins that hold this together came loose several times while degreeing in my cam. This was frustrating to say the least. I had to drill the holes deeper and drive the roll pins in deeper to make it not slip while turning the engine. It would be better to have one long roll pin all the way through instead of two short ones barely in it. This made degreeing in my cam take a lot longer than it should have.
    Date published: 2016-03-04
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