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Best Gasket 536C-P 1949-53 Flathead Big Bore Head Gaskets, Copper
Best Gasket 536C-P 1949-53 Flathead Big Bore Head Gaskets, Copper

Best Gasket 536C-P 1949-53 Flathead Big Bore Head Gaskets, Copper

3.375" Gasket Bore, 0.080" Overall Thickness, 0.062" Compressed Thickness, Copper

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  • Designed to fit the 1949-1953 flathead Ford V8
  • Will work with all bores from 3-1/16" to 3-3/8"
  • A sandwich-style copper gasket
  • Measures approximately .080" uncompressed and .062" compressed
  • Features a full copper construction

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Gasket Bore:
3.375"
Overall Thickness:
0.080"
Compressed Thickness:
0.062"
Material Type:
Copper
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Pair

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1949-1953 flathead Ford V8 head gaskets for use with all bores from 3-1/16" to 3-3/8". This is a sandwich-style copper gasket. It measures approx .080" uncompressed and .062" compressed.

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910-15895 Instructions (PDF)

Notes

Use a spray-on sealer like K&W Copper Coat or Permatex Copper Spray-a-Gasket when installing. Re-torque the bolts/nuts after several warm-up/cool-down cycles.

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