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Will a Cloyes double roller fit behind stock cover?

I'm considering buying a cloyes double roller (CLO-C-3023X) for my chevy small block rebuild and I wondering if it fits behind the stock cover, or if I should consider their single roller (CLO-C-3001K)or a non-roller.

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Yes, IMO, it will.

I had to do a double-take on the subject line ... I must be getting tired?

I thought it said "stock convertor" at first, and was going to rib you about the timing chain goes on the opposite end of the engine.
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Yes, IMO, it will.
In your opinion it will?
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Yes it will fit behind the cover. However you may need to clearance the block slightly above the center oil galley plug as it may hit depending on the accuracy of the block from the factory.
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Yes it will fit behind the cover. However you may need to clearance the block slightly above the center oil galley plug as it may hit depending on the accuracy of the block from the factory.
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