Proform 1.610in X 3/16in Chevy Big Block Crankshaft Turning Socket for Buick and Pontiac Engines
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Proform 1.610in X 3/16in Chevy Big Block Crankshaft Turning Socket for Buick and Pontiac Engines

Proform750765
Part # 66900
SKU # 750765

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Part #66900
SKU #750765
Weight0.5lbs
Part #
66900
SKU #
750765
Weight
0.5lbs

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

1.385in ID with 3/16in and 1/4in keyways. Engine work requires repeated crankshaft rotation. This non-marring, aluminum tool rotates the crankshaft the proper way, when the balancer is off. Making sure to have the proper size, position this socket over the end of the crankshaft, so it can be turned using a 1/2in breaker bar or drive ratchet.

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    1.385" ID with 3/16" and 1/4" keyways.
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    Engine work requires repeated crankshaft rotation.
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    This non-marring, aluminum tool rotates the crankshaft the proper way, when the balancer is off.
  • checkmark
    Making sure to have the proper size, position this socket over the end of the crankshaft, so it can be turned using a 1/2" breaker bar or drive ratchet.

1.385in ID with 3/16in and 1/4in keyways. Engine work requires repeated crankshaft rotation. This non-marring, aluminum tool rotates the crankshaft the proper way, when the balancer is off. Making sure to have the proper size, position this socket over the end of the crankshaft, so it can be turned using a 1/2in breaker bar or drive ratchet.

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    1.385" ID with 3/16" and 1/4" keyways.
  • checkmark
    Engine work requires repeated crankshaft rotation.
  • checkmark
    This non-marring, aluminum tool rotates the crankshaft the proper way, when the balancer is off.
  • checkmark
    Making sure to have the proper size, position this socket over the end of the crankshaft, so it can be turned using a 1/2" breaker bar or drive ratchet.