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Mr Gasket 5780G Head Gaskets, Small Block Chevy, 3.87 Inch
Mr Gasket 5780G Head Gaskets, Small Block Chevy, 3.87 Inch

Mr Gasket 5780G Head Gaskets, Small Block Chevy, 3.87 Inch

Chevy Small Block V8, 3.870" Bore Size, 0.028" Compressed Thickness

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Mr Gasket 5780G Head Gaskets, Small Block Chevy, 3.87 Inch
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Bore Size:
3.870"
Compressed Thickness:
0.028"
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MFG. Part #:
5780G
GTIN Code:
084041022672
Gasket Material:
Flexible graphite core/Elastomer coated

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Graphite / Steel Head gaskets for Small Block Chevy 262-305 55'-91', bore 3.870", Thickness .028"

Graphite Steel - 3.870" Bore

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