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LS MAIN CAP REMOVAL TOOL

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LS MAIN CAP REMOVAL TOOL

LS MAIN CAP REMOVER MAKES QUICK WORK OF CUMBERSOME TASK BANG!, THWAP!, BLAM!...if it sounds like the original Adam West Batman in your garage, then you might want to watch this video. There's a better way to remove those tight-tolerance LS Main Caps. Just put the mallet down and check out this video. Click HERE to see it - PROFORM part number 67485 Quickly and easily pull main bearing caps of GM Ring and Pinion Gear Set LS series V-8 engines, especially those with main studs. Hook tool to the bottom of cap, press down on handles, and the balanced...

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Cleetus McFarland Weighs Ruby!

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Cleetus McFarland Weighs Ruby!

  Cleetus McFarland Weighs Ruby! One of our favorite customers reached out to see if we'd seen the latest episode of Cleetus McFarland on Youtube...we hadn't, but quickly found out that he was using our Wireless 7000 lbs vehicle scale (Proform 67644) to weigh Ruby the 'vette. It's a pretty darn good segment, so enjoy it HERE. PROFORM 67644 third generation slim wireless vehicle scale includes NEW features! New features include full size 15" x 15" slim aluminum scale pads (1 5/16" thick), drive-up angle for easy setup, live stream data feed via USB cable (included) to computer with free...

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CARB SIZE MATTERS: What size carburetor do I need?

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CARB SIZE MATTERS: What size carburetor do I need?

Will a bigger carb make more power? What size carburetor is correct for my engine? Performance Improvements stocks carbs from Holley Performance, Edelbrock and Proform Parts. Sometimes people either have a preconceived notion of what size carb they want or they need some direction about what to choose. We can help you choose the best carb that will work for your vehicle and how you plan on driving it. You can always contact us for answers to specific carb questions but read on to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about carburetors.   Carb Size: Is bigger always Better?...

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