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Nos Gm #3711804 Chevrolet Balancer 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 6 Cyl on

US $75.00

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

For sale is an NOS GM harmonic balancer, #3711804, for 1955 to 1962 Chevrolet passenger cars with a 6 cylinder engine, without power steering or factory air conditioning. This is a combination balancer and single-groove pulley. The balancer is 7-1/4" diameter and the single groove pulley is 6-5/8" diameter. The balancer is brand new and in excellent condition, although the box is missing. The dealer hand-wrote the part #3711804 on it, as well as the new part #14002288. If you've ever had a balancer come apart because the rubber bond has separated you know the damage that it can do. Here's a chance to replace that incorrect or worn-out balancer with a genuine Gm part.

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