Need crank hub

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  1. South65ss

    South65ss Member

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    Hi there!
    Need a crank pulley hub for a '69 472.
    Anyone?
     
  2. South65ss

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    Nobody?
    Need hub and harmonic balancer.
    Any clue where can I get them?
     
  3. Darius

    Darius Well-Known Member

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    Not that it helps but I had one and gave it away a couple of months ago. They are out there!!

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    I have a few but I do not know what years/engines they are off of.. There are different clockings of the keyway.
    Mine are most likely later 500s
     
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    Also have some but don’t know years either. You could redo your timing marks
     
  6. South65ss

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    Ok guys, that's great! Need the hub first. Price?
     
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    Cadillac only listed the pulley and hub under a single part number. So there is no way of knowing which hubs match
    and which ones are different except by matching known units. So it's all a big crapshoot.

    Gary Kosier
     
  8. 48Austin

    48Austin Safty First! Then pull the trigger!

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    Why not go with CadCo or MTS? Don't know you're application. But if it is for HP, then this is the way to go.
     
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    FWIW they do not list the crankshaft hub as being a separate part in the parts book I have. I also just looked at the 6 hubs I have and aside from a difference in the machining of the flange edge (some are beveled and the others are squared off) they all seem to be clocked the same with a bolt hole exactly at the key way. I believe any changes in timing mark locations would be with a combination of pulleys and timing marks themselves.
    I would part with a hub but they are all for engines I have.
    Greg Surfas
     
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    48Austin Safty First! Then pull the trigger!

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    They have them listed as one piece SFI units. This is the way I am going to go.
     
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    Still need one? or both?
     
  12. South65ss

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    No sir. Thanks!
     
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