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Edelbrock 4814 Polished Aluminum Water Neck, Straight, 15 Degree
Edelbrock 4814 Polished Aluminum Water Neck, Straight, 15 Degree

Edelbrock 4814 Polished Aluminum Water Neck, Straight, 15 Degree

289 Ford Small Block V8, 302 Ford Small Block V8, 351W Ford Small Block V8, 1.5" Hose ID

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Edelbrock 4814 Polished Aluminum Water Neck, Straight, 15 Degree
Edelbrock 4814 Polished Aluminum Water Neck, Straight, 15 Degree
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MFG. Part #:
4814
Hose ID:
1.5"
Angle:
15 degree
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Polished
Gasket(s) Included:
Yes
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Swivel:
Yes
Sealing Style:
O-Ring

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These Edelbrock water necks feature a 15 degree swivel design with a polished aluminum finish. They are for use with Chevy 4.3L V6, V8, and Mopar V8 engines. This water neck may not replace OEM applications. Modifications may be necessary depending on your specific usage.

  • O-Ring Design For Improved Seal
  • Polished Chrome Finish
  • Fits 1-1/2 Inch diameter outlet hose
  • Sold Individually

 

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