V12 Timing chain

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05 Aug 2017 04:28 #33372 by auburnandyscar
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I am in need of a timing chain for a 12 cylinder ALF. Not certain if they are the same as an Auburn (Lycoming) or not.
If you have one that is for sale, contact me, or bring it to town for the reunion.

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06 Aug 2017 00:19 #33373 by Curt Schulze
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I wonder if that is the same as s/c Auburn. How many links & how wide is it?

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06 Aug 2017 00:48 #33374 by 1748 S
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my guess is the chain is 1/2 inch pitch and 1 1/4 inches wide. Don't know the length. Ramsey is the replacement chain for the 812 Cords. Its a little loose I'm told and there are better but non I know of for the Cord engine.Henry Portz knows which GM chain fits. May even know whatt this poster needs...

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07 Aug 2017 19:08 #33385 by auburnandyscar
auburnandyscar replied the topic: V12 Timing chain
I checked,it's half inch pitch, but 1.5 inches wide. I only have a small piece (as if it was left over from making two from one (?)
Unfortunately,I don't know what the entire length needs to be.
I'd rather ask than tear one apart just to find out

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