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EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion
EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion

EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion

350 Chevy Small Block V8, .70" Material Thickness, Aluminum, Natural, 2.76" Inside Diameter

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EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion
EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion
EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion
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EngineQuest RSH350 1986 and Newer S/B Chevy Rear Main Seal Conversion
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Material Thickness:
.70"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
Inside Diameter:
2.76"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Gasket(s) Included:
No
MFG. Part #:
RSH350
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Enables a rebuilder to install a 2-piece design crankshaft in a one-piece seal design block. Billet aluminum. Alignment tool required for installation. Uses a 1986 and later 1-pc rear main style oil pan and gasket.

Rear Seal Adapter For Chevy Small-Blocks (Link)

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

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