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Old 02-26-2003, 07:48 PM
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Found a co. that rebuilds Harmonic Balancers. The cost for my 440 Dodge was $94 and they have a waranty. Damper Dudes- to order- 1-800-413-2673
info number- 916-244-7225
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i guess if you cant find a new one.
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[quote]Originally posted by bullheimer:


i guess if you cant find a new one.<hr></blockquote>


Well, that's not exactly the case. Many of the older ones you cannot find any longer (or for one hell of a price). Plus, many desire matching numbers if they are restoring. An easy and cheap way out.

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Check out P.M.E.. They rebuild harmonic balancers using a gold impregnated vulcanized rubber and have many hard to find balancers. They also have a lot of exhaust manifolds and can repair them if needed.
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