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Edelbrock 9719 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch
Edelbrock 9719 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch

Edelbrock 9719 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch

390 Ford FE V8, 427 Ford FE V8, 428 Ford FE V8, 1.800 in." Outside Diameter

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Edelbrock 9719 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch
Edelbrock 9719 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 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:
085347097197
MFG. Part #:
9719
Outside Diameter:
1.800 in."
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Valve Seat Material:
Ductile Iron
Inside Diameter:
1.460 in."
Overall Thickness:
0.375 in."

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These replacement valve seats are manufactured from ductile iron for strength and durability for exhaust valve locations. Help prolong the life and performance of your valves with these valve seats from Edelbrock.
  • Exhaust Valve Seat
  • 1.66 in. Valve
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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