Moroso 26215 Details
Billet Distributor Hold Down
Billet Distributor Hold Down: (Pictured) Steel Distributor Hold Down: View #710-26211 and #710-26200.
Machined from strudy billet steel to eliminate deflections. Secures distributors firmly, while allowing easy timing changes.
Extra thick and heavy duty to ensure adequate retention of distributor housing. Stud mounted to eliminate thread wear in intake manifold. Slotted for quick distributor removal. Includes stud, washer and nut.
Steel Distributor Hold Down: View #710-26211 and #710-26200.
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This item showed up in a google search for a Pontiac 400 distributor clamp. The description identifies it is for a Chevy, with some possible dimension parameters for other distributors. Do you know if it fits a 1969 Pontiac 400 HEI distributor?
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