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Speedmaster gilmer drive kits are aluminium machined and precision"made for your street/race engines. Eliminate your belt throwing problems. Speedmaster gilmer drive belts are designed to keep your accessory drive operating properly. They provide higher power and torque transmission, improved meshing to reduce tooth jump, greater resistance to tooth shear, and reduced friction to extend their life. The belts use a fiberglass cord wound across the entire width of the belts to minimize stretching. Speedmaster gilmer drive belts are manufactured from a synthetic neoprene compound that resists heat, oils, ozone, and aging. Tough nylon fabric is then bonded to the tooth surface for greater wear resistance.
Machined from billet aluminum, a Gilmer Drive Kits are a must for street/strip engines that have a problem with belt slippage at high RPM. Designed to work with factory OE-style alternator brackets, kits include billet aluminum crank pulley, water pump pulley, alternator pulley, and a 1-1/2" wide belt.Features:
Is there a certain gilmer drive kit black for BBC short water pump?
This kit has a pulley for the crank, water pump and alternator. How do you drive the power steering pump? Is there a grove in the crank pulls to run a belt from crank to steering pump? How do you tensions that belt? Thanks. Looking at this for my bbc
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