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1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets
1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets

1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets

394 Oldsmobile V8, Cast Iron Top Ring Material, Cast Iron Second Ring Material

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1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets
1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets
1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets
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1959-60 Oldsmobile 394 Piston Ring Sets
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Piston Ring Diameter:
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Top Ring Material:
Cast Iron
Second Ring Material:
Cast Iron
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Speedway Motors offers these replacement piston ring sets for 1959-60 Olds engines. They are available in .030, .040 or .060 oversizes and are what you need to successfully rebuild your Oldsmobile 394 c.i. V8.

  • 1959-60 Oldsmobile
  • 394 c.i. engine
  • Available in .030, .040 or .060 oversizes
  • Sold as a set

 

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