timing tape January 26, 2023 09:50AM
looking for timing tape for a 10 in diameter damper

Re: timing tape January 26, 2023 02:31PM
Jegs or Summit racing should have it.

Re: timing tape January 26, 2023 10:39PM
Go to any search engine and put in “timing tape for a 10” harmonic balancer” and pick out where you want to buy it from. Just did and there is a plethora of options, your local parts store should be able to get it. Jegs customer is right, those two options and more will have or be able to get them!

Re: timing tape January 27, 2023 07:08AM
none for 10 in

Re: timing tape January 27, 2023 12:46PM
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none for 10 in

Yeah your right on no 10”, would’ve thought you could’ve gotten any size a person needed. You can call msd or someone that makes them to ask if they can make you a custom one, measure it out and scribe the damper yourself or I found this website you can print you own out. Personally I think I’d call some of the manufacturers of the tapes to see if they can do a custom one for you. Good luck.

[www.blocklayer.com]

How to mark it yourself.
[www.crankshaftcoalition.com]

Re: timing tape January 30, 2023 04:33AM
[www.pulloff.com]

Re: timing tape January 30, 2023 10:52AM
would it work to use a 5 inch and double the distances ?

Re: timing tape January 30, 2023 11:50AM
Nope the 360 degrees was figured into your 5 not ten one degree would be a lot further apart on a ten

Re: timing tape January 30, 2023 12:15PM
??? Yes you are correct. The 5 inch tape would read 1/2 degree per degree mark if installed on a 10 inch diameter balancer. So 2 degrees would equal 1 degree and 20 degrees would actually be 10 and so on. You are setting yourself up to get confused though. But yes it would work. Just make sure that your 0 is set on true TDC. Good luck!

Re: timing tape February 01, 2023 11:42AM
Like the guy said, double the distances,same number sequence,easy peasy.

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