Fisher Drive Sheeve Chevy V8 350 Pump Belt Drive Plow Pump Crank Pulley Sbc 305 on 2040-parts.com
Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States
5138 Bernville Road
Bernville PA 19506
Specializing in new and used snowplows
This is a crank pulley pulled from a Chevy truck with a V8. This is for the 80-90's Chevy V8 engine this comes with the bolts it bolts on the front of the crank to run a Fisher or Diamond plow pump on its own belt.
*anything picked up at our location or shipped to a PA address will be charged 6% sales tax
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Wed, 04 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0800
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