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Earl's Harmonic Balancer Bolt

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Harmonic Balancer Bolt
$34.95
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Harmonic Balancer Bolt
  • Chevy Big Block 396-454
  • 12-Point 5/8" Head
  • 1.550" Under Head Length
  • 1/2"-20 Thread Size
  • 0.270" Thick x 1.960" Diameter Washer
  • 1/Pkg.
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