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Is my Hemi harmonic balancer too small?

jayfire

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It’s a 1968 426. I bought a Milodon adjustable timing pointer because it says it fits all Mopar big block balancers. Well, not mine! Anyone seen a 4” balancer on a hemi? It has timing marks. It’s just hard to line up the pointer when it’s so far from the balancer.
 
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Looks like you have a “Crank Hub” instead of a “balancer”.

Crank Hubs are popular with Roots blower applications like an 871..

Most crank hubs have a 2” male pulley register.
You can add a “Degree Wheel” similar to this one;https://www.goodvibesracing.com/moreinfo.php
 
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That does not appear to be a vibration damper - they have an inner hub and an outer insulated vibration ring. You should seriously try and find out what is going on there.
 
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