Chrome Water Neck Housing for 1955-65 SB Chevy V8, O-Ring Style
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, 2.75" Assembled Height, .37" Base Height, Zinc
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These beautifully chrome plated water necks easily install in place of OEM water neck housing. They use an O-ring for a perfect seal and are supplied with all necessary bolts and seals. These water necks are designed to fit 1955-1965 Small Block Chevy V-8, stock 1964 Chevy II, and 1956-1963 stock Corvettes. They are angled 45 degrees and straight forward.
- Chrome plated
- Easily install in place of OEM
- 45 degree angle, straight forward
- O-ring for a perfect seal
- O-ring and stainless steel bolts included
- Fit: Small Block Chevy V-8:
- stock 1964 Chevy II
- 1956-1963 stock Corvettes
Item DetailsStraight forward at upward angle
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