Garage Sale - Flathead Ford Custom 4 Ring Pistons, 3-3/4Inch Stroke
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Original Flathead pistons used four rings, were somewhat round, had questionable wrist pins and locks and were made of cast iron. These pressure-cast aluminum pistons share the four-ring design, but are cam ground and use modern steel wrist pins and real snap rings.
- Pressure cast aluminum construction provides great strength and durability
- Precision cam ground
- Modern steel wrist pins
- Snap ring style retainer clips
- Four-ring design
These pistons are garage sale priced because a few of them are scratched and are missing two snap rings..
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Application1939-1953 Flathead Ford and Mercury V8 engines based on 3.188" bore size
NotesThese custom aluminum four-ring pistons are made for Flathead Ford V8. The oversizes are based on an original 3.1888" bore size. Sold in sets of eight.
Specs.060" or .125" oversize of the original 3.188" bore
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