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Proform Crankshaft-Turning Sockets 67491

$21.97

Crank Turning Socket, Chevy, Small Block, Each

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Brand: Proform Parts
Manufacturer's Part Number: 67491
Part Type: Crankshaft Sockets
Summit Racing Part Number: PRO-67491

UPC: 037995674916
Socket Drive: 1/2 in.
Socket Material: Aluminum
Socket Finish: Natural
Degree Wheel Attachment: Yes
Quantity: Sold individually.
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Make it easy to turn your engine's rotating assembly with one of Proform's crankshaft-turning sockets. They're made of non-marring aluminum and accept a 1/2 in. drive breaker bar or drive ratchet. The sockets enable you to rotate the crankshaft in the proper direction when the balancer is off, making your engine assembly much quicker and easier.

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8 Customer Reviews for Proform Parts 67491 - Proform Crankshaft-Turning Sockets

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GO SUMMIT!

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Got to say got parts from speedway-jegs and summit. i am a gear head and summit beats them all fast best price just the best thanks GARY

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Reviewer: GARY from MA

Date: July 28, 2014

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didn't work out

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The shaft was to small for the degree wheel .Not well designed and it was cheaply made .Spend the extra cash and get the comp cams one.

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Reviewer: MARK from IL

Date: July 26, 2014

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Good idea

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The tool is a great idea but before you buy one look at the size who'll is in your degree wheel. I have 2 degree wheels and it doesn't fit either of them.

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Reviewer: NICK from PA

Date: May 29, 2014

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Crank Socket

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This is an aluminum socket and is very soft. The set screw strips out very easy. I taped it in several locations and it keeps striping. I would not recommend this to anyone. Buy a steel one

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Reviewer: HOWARD from NV

Date: May 11, 2014

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Crank socket a llitle soft

This was a good purchase for the price however it does have a few flaws. It is not hardned aluminium and the keyway notch becomes enlarged after use. The set screw with brass pin is too long. The front nose is too small for both of my degree wheels it needs to be larger. For the basic use of turning the engine over it does the job for alot less than the others. I like it for that reason. ...read more

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Reviewer: RICH from PA

Date: April 16, 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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