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1939-53 Flathead Ford V8 4-Ring Pistons, 4 Inch Stroke, .125 Over
1939-53 Flathead Ford V8 4-Ring Pistons, 4 Inch Stroke, .125 Over

1939-53 Flathead Ford V8 4-Ring Pistons, 4 Inch Stroke, .125 Over

Flat Top Piston Style, Cast Aluminum Piston Material, 3.313" Piston Diameter, 4.000" Stroke

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1939-53 Flathead Ford V8 4-Ring Pistons, 4 Inch Stroke, .125 Over
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1939-53 Flathead Ford V8 4-Ring Pistons, 4 Inch Stroke, .125 Over
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Piston Style:
Flat Top
Piston Material:
Cast Aluminum
Piston Diameter:
3.313"
Stroke:
4.000"
MFG. Part #:
91015903
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Original flathead pistons used four rings, were somewhat round, had questionable wrist pins and locks and were made of cast iron. These pressure-cast aluminum pistons share the four-ring design, but are cam ground and use modern steel wrist pins and real snap rings. They’re a great upgrade when rebuilding your 1939-1953 flathead Ford or Mercury V8 engine.

  • Original 4-ring design
  • Pressure cast aluminum construction provides great strength and durability
  • Precision cam ground
  • Modern steel wrist pins
  • Snap ring style retainer clips

Sizing based on original 3.188" bore. Fits .125" overbore size and 4" stroke crank. Sold as a set of 8.

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