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LT-1 Underdrive Pulley

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    LT-1 Underdrive Pulley=$40, CAGS Skipshift Elim=$15

    Never used LT-1 Aeromotive underdrive pulley. Bought 10 years ago and never installed. Original box, bolts, washers and instructions included. $40 total which includes USPS shipping to lower 48 states.
    Paypal or cash if your going to pick up, PM if interested.

    Never used CAGS plug for skipshift eliminator. Original packaging, tie wrap and instructions included. $15 total which includes USPS shipping to lower 48 states.
    Paypal or cash if your picking up, PM if interested.
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    Will this work on my 1993 Z28 LT1?
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    Yes-its Aeromotive part number 211-01-0 and should fit any LT-1 Camaro, Firebird/TransAm or Impala SS. Im unsure about a Vette LT-1 since the instructions do not list the Vette.

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    PM sent, but read about that they do not have an absorbtioner for oscillations. My stock crank pulley has one built in. I thought perhaps this was just a simple bolt onto the crank pulley. Cant see using this without any issues down the road. Let me do some more research. I will get back with you on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrgswhitels1 View Post
    PM sent, but read about that they do not have an absorbtioner for oscillations. My stock crank pulley has one built in. I thought perhaps this was just a simple bolt onto the crank pulley. Cant see using this without any issues down the road. Let me do some more research. I will get back with you on this.
    Replied to your PM before seeing this. I understand your concern and would check into it as well. I''m not sure where the absorbtioner would be either since the pulley just replaces the oem pulley but the balancer stays.

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    SOLD!!! You have money. Check your paypal account friend.

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