Chevy Timing Chain Sets
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Featuring an induction hardened cast iron cam gear with a billet crank gear, this Magnum timing set has a heavy-duty, heat-treated double row chain for mild/street performance '78-'86 Chevrolet V6 and '55-'91 Chevrolet 265-400 Small Block.
Dynamically balanced for smoother operation, Comp Cams Magnum Double Roller Timing Sets are built for maximum street performance. They have crank sprockets with three keyways for normal timing or 4-degree advance/retard. Heat-treated, pre-stretched, double-row chains provide extra strength and reliability.Features
(chain available separately)
(4-degree maximum advance/retard)
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS high performance racing professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need for your race car, hot rod or truck.
Is a deeper timing cover required to install this set? I installed my set and the chain now rubs the cover.
I lost the manual to this so what Mark should I use
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