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Edelbrock 76549 Steel Pipe Thread Tap, 1/16-27 NPT
Edelbrock 76549 Steel Pipe Thread Tap, 1/16-27 NPT

Edelbrock 76549 Steel Pipe Thread Tap, 1/16-27 NPT

Steel, Natural, Not Drill Bit Included

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Edelbrock 76549 Steel Pipe Thread Tap, 1/16-27 NPT
Edelbrock 76549 Steel Pipe Thread Tap, 1/16-27 NPT
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for Edelbrock to ship this item.
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Material Type:
Steel
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Designed for Edelbrock E2, E3, and dry nitrous nozzles.
MFG. Part #:
76549
GTIN Code:
085347765492
Finish:
Natural
Drill Bit Included:
No

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These nitrous nozzle pipe taps from Edelbrock are designed for cutting threads for custom installation of Edelbrock nitrous nozzles. They feature 1/16-27 NPT Pipe thread, for use with E2, E3, and dry nozzles.
  • For E2; E3; And Dry Nozzles
  • Steel, Natural
  • 1/16-27 NPT
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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