151; Pontiac; Iron Duke; Pontiac 151
Featuring a high strength tooth that resists wear even with high-pressure oil pumps, this .491" I.D. bronze distributor gear fits steel roller cams in '77-78 Pontiac 151, '79-'89 Pontiac 151, Chevrolet 153 4 cyl and 194-250, 292 6 cylinder.
Comp Cams Bronze Distributor Gears are one of the first requirements when installing a steel roller cam. A stock cast iron distributor gear is not compatible with a steel camshaft gear. COMP Cams gears are machined from AMPCO-45 extruded aluminum bronze with 5% Nickel added. These gears feature a high-strength tooth design that resists wear even when used with high pressure oil pumps.
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