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2.3 Ford Plasma Moly Piston Ring Sets
2.3 Ford Plasma Moly Piston Ring Sets

2.3 Ford Plasma Moly Piston Ring Sets

2.3 Ford Inline Four, C Piston Ring Style, Conventional Piston Ring Design

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2.3 Ford Plasma Moly Piston Ring Sets
2.3 Ford Plasma Moly Piston Ring Sets
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  • Two over-bore sizes to choose from
  • Plasma moly coated cast iron top and second ring material
  • 3/16" oil ring thickness
  • Sold as a set
  • Fits 2.3 Ford inline-four

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Piston Ring Style:
C
Piston Ring Design:
Conventional
Top Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Second Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Top Ring Thickness:
1/16"
Second Ring Thickness:
1/16"
Oil Ring Thickness:
3/16"
Oil Ring Tension:
Standard Tension
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Plasma moly 2.3 Ford ring sets offer you superior ring seal at a budget price. Style C only

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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