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Flathead Ford Header Bolt Kit
Flathead Ford Header Bolt Kit

Flathead Ford Header Bolt Kit

0.88" Under Head Length, 7/16"-14 Thread Pitch, 3/8"-16 Thread Pitch (2), Allen Wrench Type

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MFG. Part #:
5509004
Under Head Length:
0.88"
Thread Pitch:
7/16"-14
Thread Pitch (2):
3/8"-16
Wrench Type:
Allen
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Notes:
(4) bolts are 7/16"-14 and (8) are 3/8"-16.

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These premium header bolts kits are designed for use on Ford Flathead V8's. They feature 1" long threads and (4) bolts are 7/16"-14 and (8) bolts are 3/8"-16.

  • Set of 12
  • Socket head cap screw bolts (allen wrench type)
  • Zinc plated

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