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Default Pulley part number help

I am out of town at a garage sale and the guy was a car guy they will not let me open the boxes
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Old 10-07-2022, 04:48 PM
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The 3932458 is smog for 302 & 375hp. The other is power steering for the same application....Joe
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I bought them $10.00 each
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3932458 pulley also fits 72-74 Camaro w/sp h/per 350 & 3941105 pulley also fits 73-74 Camaro w/sp h/per 350 hope this helps…….Denis Guenzel
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I bought them $10.00 each
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Pretty sure the '458 pulley changed around 73 or so from a metal stamped number to an ink stamped number.
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POST PICKS of the numbers on the pulleys
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