Crankshaft Socket Tool
Crankshaft Socket Tool For Degree Wheel Don't use the crank hub retaining bolt to rotate your engine! By removing the crank hub or balancer and using a Moroso Crankshaft Socket Tool, engine builders have a positive way to turn over the engine. This tool makes it easier to locate TDC and BDC when degreeing camshafts. Broached keyway allows the socket (which fits 1/2" drive) to slide over the crankshaft snout and key. A knurled jam nut is then used to position a degree wheel.Crankshaft Socket Tool Designed to simplify the task of crankshaft rotation during short block assembly with the balancer removed. Manufactured of tool quality steel with gold iridite finish. Accepts 1/2" drive.
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