Blower Pulley V-groove Sbc Small Block Chevy Adapter 671 6-71 471 Supercharger on 2040-parts.com
Azusa, California, US
This auction is for one(1) Blower Pulley Vee-Groove Small Block Chevy Adapter.
It is made with 6061 T-6 Aluminum, is .700" wide, 6.25" in diameter, and has both a standard 6 hole bolt pattern and 3 hole harmonic balancer bolt pattern.
It uses the standard 2 inch register, and has a 1/2 inch crank bolt hole.
Any questions call 626-815-8815.
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