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Eagle Motorsports® Long Rear Ford Motorplate
Eagle Motorsports® Long Rear Ford Motorplate

Eagle Motorsports® Long Rear Ford Motorplate

Aluminum, .40" Material Thickness, Natural, 9.40 lbs. Weight, 24.50" Overall Width

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Eagle Motorsports® Long Rear Ford Motorplate
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Material Thickness:
.40"
Finish:
Natural
Weight:
9.40 lbs.
Overall Width:
24.50"

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Eagle Motorsports® factory-built component. This aluminum rear motorplate is lightweight and strong. It will fit both cam and engine bolt patterns and is designed for raised-rail cars using the Roush Yates Ford.

 

  • Laser cut 3/8" aluminum
  • Mates with Roush Yates Ford block, pump combinations and ball housings
  • Will NOT work with OEM Ford block
  • Two-tone black anodize finish 

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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