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Old 01-09-2007, 11:31 PM   #11
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Wait... doesn't the L27 balancer have the same width as a L67, just doesn't have the grooves for the second belt?
I do believe so. I remember from when I did mine.

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They appear the same, very close if not the same.

EDIT: Here'* a great top view. I'd say it'* the same, but we'll see how they measure up:

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This is what I was mentioning on the phone Pat.. I think they are all the same bolt also.
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ok took a look at the HB today...it appears as the physical size for the SC and the NA are the same....it looks like i could fit another belt on the one i have currently....there is alot of room....I would bet that its the same bolt....thoughts?
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Pat Both the 1992 L27 / L67 and the 1993 L27/67 use the same bolt... Part number 24501593 According to Big Blue

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Pat Both the 1992 L27 / L67 and the 1993 L27/67 use the same bolt... Part number 24501593 According to Big Blue
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