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Edelbrock 9712 Seat, 1.94 Inch
Edelbrock 9712  Seat, 1.94 Inch

Edelbrock 9712 Seat, 1.94 Inch

Chevy Small Block V8, 1.680 in." Inside Diameter, 2.100 in." Outside Diameter

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Edelbrock 9712  Seat, 1.94 Inch
Edelbrock 9712 Seat, 1.94 Inch
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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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GTIN Code:
085347097128
Inside Diameter:
1.680 in."
Outside Diameter:
2.100 in."
Overall Thickness:
0.425 in."
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Each
MFG. Part #:
9712
Valve Seat Material:
Ductile Iron

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Replacement Valve Seats for use in engines with or without hardened steel guideplates. Manufactured from case-hardened tubing with a surface hardening and welded ends for maximum durability.
  • Valve Seats
  • Performer Series
  • 50-State Street Legal
  • Intake; 1.94 in. Valve
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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