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Stainless Steel 392 Hemi Intake Valves

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Stainless Steel 392 Hemi Intake Valves

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Stainless steel intake valve with a 2.00" diameter head. Fits 1958 392 c.i. Hemi.

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1 questions : 1 answers

What length are the 392 hemi valves??

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jonny
March 13, 2014

What length are the 392 hemi valves??

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March 14, 2014
EricM
These valves measure 5.105" overall length.
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