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Proform Crank Turning Nuts 67441

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$9.97

Sale Price:

$8.97

Crank Turning Nut, Steel, Gold Iridited, Ford, Small Block/Buick V8, Pontiac V8, Each

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Brand: Proform Parts
Manufacturer's Part Number: 67441
Part Type: Crank Turning Nuts
Summit Racing Part Number: PRO-67441

UPC: 037995314416
Nut Material: Steel
Nut Finish: Gold iridited
Quantity: Sold individually.
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These heavy-duty Proform crankshaft turning nuts are a must-have for the engine builder's toolbox. Rotating the crankshaft during assembly is now an easy task with these steel crankshaft nuts.

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Simple idea that works! You will need a large socket or adjustable wrench.

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Reviewer: ROBERT from WA

Date: October 18, 2014

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limited usefulness

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1. The nut is not long enough to engage the woodruff key and protrude past the timing chain cover and get a wrench on the flats. 2. The nut will not fit under the timing chain cover seal without damaging the seal. 3. I welded a 1 3/8 socket to the nut and machined the crowns of the nut to round so I could use it with the timing chain cover on.

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Reviewer: JOHN from CA

Date: July 29, 2014

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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