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Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore

Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore

Flat Top Piston Style, Cast Aluminum Piston Material, 3.313" Piston Diameter, 3.750" Stroke

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Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
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Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
Flathead Ford Aluminum 3-Ring Pistons, 3.75 Stroke, 3.3125 Bore
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  • Pistons are made form A332 aluminum and heat treated to a T-6 spec
  • 5/64" first and second ring groove and a 3/16" oil groove
  • Designed specifically for the Ford Flathead V8
  • Features a flat style top with a diameter measuring 3.313"
  • Set includes wristpins and locks as well

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Piston Style:
Flat Top
Piston Material:
Cast Aluminum
Piston Diameter:
3.313"
Stroke:
3.750"
MFG. Part #:
9101110
Sold in Quantity:
Set

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These flathead Ford 3-ring pistons are made of A332 aluminum and heat treated to a T-6 spec. They have a 5/64" first and second ring groove and the oil groove is 3/16". 

Sets include wristpins and locks. Rings sold separately.

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