JEGS Timing Cover for 1966-1995 Small Block Ford 289-302-351W
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JEGS 555-5300 Timing Cover for 1966-1995 Small Block Ford 289-302-351W Features
- Fits 1966-1995 ford small block engines such as 289, 302, 351w (windsor) and others based on the popular platform
- Constructed from natural cast aluminum for weight savings and long life
- Includes timing cover, seal, and plug
- Must have for replacing a leaking or plain worn out timing cover as well as a great upgrade when changing the camshaft or doing engine work
- Made in usa with high quality components and assembly
This cast aluminum timing cover is designed to fit 1966-1993 Ford cars and 1966-1995 Ford trucks with 289, 302, 302HO, and 351W engines using either a standard or reverse rotation water pump. It has a universal fit for a block or cover-mounted dipsticks, "10", "11" and "2" o'clock bolt-on timing pointer positions (timing pointer sold separately) and the provision for a mechanical fuel pump (block off plate for in-line pump sold separately). This cover is ideal for race cars, show cars, and street rods. Dress it up even more with a JEGS Billet Timing Pointer, part number 555-51280, for the "11" o'clock TDC location or 555-51281 for the "10" o'clock TDC location.
Includes a timing cover seal and a plug for the cover when using a block-mounted dipstick.
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