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1937-48 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wire Looms, Stainless Steel
1937-48 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wire Looms, Stainless Steel

1937-48 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wire Looms, Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel, Polished, 16.250" Overall Length, .310" Inside Diameter

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1937-48 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wire Looms, Stainless Steel
1937-48 Ford Flathead Spark Plug Wire Looms, Stainless Steel
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MFG. Part #:
91612001
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
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Pair
Notes:
Will not work with '49-'53 heads as they will hit the thermostat housing.
Finish:
Polished
Overall Length:
16.250"
Inside Diameter:
.310"

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These polished stainless steel tubes accommodate spark plug wires up to 7 mm.  They attach to the intake manifold of 1937-1948 flathead Ford V8's while keeping your plug wires neat and organized.

  • Accommodates wires up to 7mm
  • Fully polished stainless steel
  • Attaches to intake manifold of flathead Ford V8's

Note:  Looms will not work with '49-'53 heads as they will hit the thermostat housing.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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