Chevrolet Performance 12562818 Details
Small Block Chevy Timing Covers
Notes: This new design cover is used on all ZZ4 crate engines, and will bolt to any Vortec small-block Chevrolet engine from 1995 through current model except LT1, LT4 and LS1. Includes bolts, seal and gasket.
Chevrolet Performance front engine and timing chain covers are designed to protect your front engine components and timing sets by keeping oil contained within and contaminants out. Chevrolet Performance Parts are designed to service and replace original components to maintain the performance and reliability of your vehicle! Available for popular small block, big block and LS-series engines.
Does Chevrolet Performance 12562818 fit your vehicle?
1995 CHEVROLET K2500 SUBURBAN
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- SubModel: BASE
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Can you replace this cover without dropping the oil pan
I have a zz4 engine that using this plastic timing cover, do you have a metal chrome cover that can be used instead of this one?
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