Chrome 1987-Up Small Block Chevy Centerbolt Valve Covers, 2-Hole
Chevy Small Block V8, Is Baffled, Chrome, Steel
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These stock dimension valve covers are for 1987-up heads and Vortec style small block Chevy heads. They feature a beautiful chrome finish to dress up your engine bay. These valve covers have 2-holes per cover with separate oil fill and PCV holes. Holes are 1-1/4" with baffles.
- Stock dimension valve covers
- For 1987-up heads and Vortec style small block Chevy heads
- Beautiful chrome plated steel finish
- 2-holes per cover with separate oil fill and PCV holes
- Grommets are NOT included
- Sold as a pair
- Valve Cover Depth: 2-1/8"
- Hole Size: 1-1/4"
- Hole Style: Push-in
- Baffeled: Yes
- Suggested Bolt Length: 3-1/2"
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