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ARP 503-101 Stainless Ford 289-302-351W 12pt Motor Mount Bolt Kit
ARP 503-101 Stainless Ford 289-302-351W 12pt Motor Mount Bolt Kit

ARP 503-101 Stainless Ford 289-302-351W 12pt Motor Mount Bolt Kit

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ARP 503-101 Stainless Ford 289-302-351W 12pt Motor Mount Bolt Kit
ARP 503-101 Stainless Ford 289-302-351W 12pt Motor Mount Bolt Kit
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Bolt Length:
1.43"
Under Head Length:
1.00"
Wrench Type:
12 Point
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Finish:
Polished
GTIN Code:
672036014506
MFG. Part #:
450-3101
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This ARP Motor Mount Bolt kit comes with 4 bolts and flat washers. Each are a polished, stainless steel fastener. They are sold as a set.

  • Ford 289-302-351W
  • 12-point fastener head style
  • Made in the U.S.A
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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