COMP Cams 4791-1 Details
This serious piece of equipment is designed for the shop that doesn't mess around. Our monstrous 16" Pro Degree Wheel is machined from 1/4" thick aluminum plate, then red anodized and meticulously engraved to perfection. The open design allows degree bushing changes while the wheel is still on the engine. The 1" center hole allows it to work with our pro crank sockets or use the included reducer bushings along with your balancer bolt.
Comp Cams degree kits are a must have for any engine builder. They allow accurate measurements of several key timing functions. Camshaft centerline, valve timing, top dead center, bottom dead center, etc. can be found using one of these kits. This is essential to insure proper camshaft installation and maximum power. Watch the "how to" video below from Comp Cams for more information!
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Is this degree wheel usable on a Ford 351 Cleveland, or is just for Chevrolet's ? Thank You, D.Everett
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