[FOR SALE] *RARE *Chevrolet engine part.1969 '302' Z/28 Timing cover

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  1. DaveM

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    Excellent timing cover for a 1969 Z/28 Camaro. Date code '1-69'
    No dents, dings, media blasted ready for paint.
    Asking $125.00 plus shipping.


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    • oldkimmer

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      What is rare about this T C. Kim
       
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        Is it 302 specific? Part #?
         
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          this is specifically for a 69 Camaro z28 ? is it numbers matching?
           
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          cause its got right date code?? or is it a pacific part number?
           
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          Huh???????????????
           
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          The difference between a Standard SB chevy and a Z setup is that the harmonic balance is a larger diameter than the standard balancer. The timing tab is located further out to allow for the difference.
           
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          • blewbyoutobad

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            Mopar people are so smart. Thanks
             
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            • RustyRatRod

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              It's 8". That's the same for all 69 and up 350s and 400s. Although the 400 balancer is different since they are balanced externally, they still have the same 8" diameter as the rest. So that theory doesn't hold water.

              Not 302 specific. Only 8" balancer specific.

              SMALL BLOCK CHEVY 350 EARLY TIMING COVER DATED 10 | eBay

              They are easy to find. Chevy used the 8" balancer from 1969 to 1980 on 262, 267,307,350 and 400. They made "a few".
               
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            • gdrill

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              Are any of you interested in buying this or just discussing it?
               
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              I think we're simply trying to make sure none of our beloved fellow members get bent slap over the toolbox and slammed up the keester. We'd do the same for you.
               
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              • gdrill

                gdrill OK, now what??? Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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                That's great, are we confident your answer is correct?
                 
              • gdrill

                gdrill OK, now what??? Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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                This one. Sounds right, but hey, I'm not familiar with Chevy stuff anymore.

                 
              • RustyRatRod

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                I don't know about "we" but I am 100% confident. I've built enough Chevy motors to fill my shop. From top to bottom.
                 
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                • 69FBCuda

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                  Not all chevy balancers are the same!

                  Standard 6" balancer
                  1967 Camaro Harmonic Balancer 327-210 HP 327-275 HP 327-300 HP Assembly Line Correct GM# 3896903 Made In The USA! - 1967, 1968, 1969 Camaro Parts - NOS, Rare, Reproduction Camaro Parts for your Restoration

                  Z28 8" balancer
                  1969 Camaro Harmonic Balancer 302 Z/28 Assembly Line Correct GM# 3947708 Made In The USA! - 1967, 1968, 1969 Camaro Parts - NOS, Rare, Reproduction Camaro Parts for your Restoration

                  I have an 1967 HM block 327 sitting on an engine stand in the garage, I will get a pict and measure

                  The difference that I see is compared to the OP's picture is the tab is inverted to set at a wider circumference. And for the record i dont have a pony in this race

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                  Can you please provide the measurement from the tab to center of the crank hole(radius)
                   
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                • RustyRatRod

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                  Who said they were the same? There were lots of different diameters. All I said was that Chevy used the 8" balancer on a wide range of engines from 69-80 and that's a fact. The tabs for the 8" balancers also came attached different ways. Some, with the weld on tab facing toward the crankshaft, such as the OP's and some with the weld tab facing away from the crank. Both types were used for the 8" balancer. There was no rhyme or reason as to which you got. There are several just like the OP's on Ebay right now. They are also available as a new repop for like 49 bucks. This "discussion" never included any balancer prior to 1969, OR the later 305 balancers that were smaller in diameter and sorta "fat" looking. All "I" was speaking of were small blocks that used the 8" balancer.....and there were literally MILLIONS of them made and they all used similar timing covers that the OP is trying to sell.

                  PITA maybe, but maybe a mod could split this discussion from the for sale ad and create a discussion thread elsewhere as this seems to be a topic people want to discuss.
                   
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                  • Hyper_pak

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                    I thought there were no comments allowed in a for sale thread????????????????????????
                     
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