Chevy/Mopar Chrome Water Neck, Gasket Sealed
Chevy Small Block V8, Chrysler Small Block V8, Chrysler Big Block V8, Chevy Inline Six, Zinc
- Neck goes straight up, must use Mopar thermostat
- Beautifully chrome plated
- Uses gasket for a perfect seal
- Center-to-center of mount bolts: 3-1/4"
- Neck/hose size: 1-1/2"
- Hardware included
Water neck fits:
- Chevy Small Block V8
- Chevy 90 Degree V6
- Late Mopar V8
Item DetailsStraight Neck, must use Mopar thermostat
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