|Pontiac Rear Main Seal Tech |
|One question we get asked frequently is, "What rear main seal do I need to order?" At Tin Indian Performance, we sell / advertise our seals according to the main journal size of the appropriate engine that uses them.
Pontiac engines / blocks that have 3 inch mains are 326 / 350 / 389 / 400. Keep in mind that when I say this, it means the cid of the original block casting. Pontiac engines / blocks that have 3.25 inch mains are the 428 and 455 blocks. The most common main journal size for aftermarket blocks is 3"; however, 3.25" mains are also available as well. Now for those who are into measuring things and have the crankshaft available to them, the 3 inch main blocks have a crank sealing surface of approximately 3.188 inches. This would require the TIP-RM300 seal The 3.25 inch main bearing cranks have a sealing surface of 3.436 which would use the TIP-RM325.
So when ordering your seal, know what main bearing journal size you have. If it is a 3" main you will need a TIP-RM300. If it's a 3.25" rear main journal, then it is a TIP-RM325.
Order a TIP Pontiac Rear main seal here
TIP-RM300 or TIP-RM325 $29.95 each
|PONTIAC/GM 2bbl Carb Gaskets|
We are pleased to announce the release of our new GM 2bbl gaskets. These gaskets have a 1.750 venturi opening and are offered in .062 paper and Teflon These gaskets were specifically designed for the 1966 Tripower but can be used on a variety of GM 2bbl applications.
Looking to build an engine? Power Hungry? We can help! Give us a call to discuss your performance goals. Anything from a restored stock engine to an all out race engine - we are your source for reliable PONTIAC POWER!
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