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Aluminum Freeze Plugs with Return
Aluminum Freeze Plugs with Return

Aluminum Freeze Plugs with Return

1.87" Overall Diameter, .63" Overall Thickness, 1.63" Body Diameter, .49" Body Length, Aluminum

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MFG. Part #:
91015925
Overall Diameter:
1.87"
Overall Thickness:
.63"
Body Diameter:
1.63"
Body Length:
.49"
Thread Pitch:
1/2" NPT
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Color:
Black
Hardware Included:
Yes
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These are a set of four aluminum plugs that would replace freeze plugs on a S/B Chevy.  They have 1/2" NPT female pipe threads in the center of each one.

Notes

These have a slight press fit and will require a drilled and tapped hole to be installed in the block next to the plug.  This hole is to accept a 8-32 button head screw to keep the plug in under operating conditions.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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