EGR Steel Plugs, Zinc, Set of 4
Universal Fit, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Used in rear of Ford cylinder heads to plug Thermactor upstream air ports
- Threaded insert provides correct thread size to mount engine accessories when installed in front of head
- Zinc plated steel for corrosion protection
- Easily threads into cylinder head with large flat-blade screwdriver
- Set of four will do one pair of cylinder heads front and rear
Set of great EGR steel plugs. These plugs are constructed from solid steel and feature a nice zinc finish. Use to plug emissions passage on rear of Ford cylinder heads and to reduce thread size on front of the cylinder head to allow accessory bracket installation. Sold as a set of 4.
- Steel construction
- Zinc finish
- Set of 4
- 5/8"-11 External (male) threads
- 7/16"-14 Internal (female) threads
Small block Ford factory and aftermarket cylinder heads
Internal threads allow certain Ford accessory brackets to use the mounting hole in addition to plugging the passage.
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