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Mr Gasket 7167MRG Exhaust Gaskets, 383-440 Chrysler
Mr Gasket 7167MRG Exhaust Gaskets, 383-440 Chrysler

Mr Gasket 7167MRG Exhaust Gaskets, 383-440 Chrysler

Chrysler Big Block V8, Copper Gasket Material, Stock Port Style, 1.48" Port Height

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Gasket Material:
Copper
Port Style:
Stock
Port Height:
1.48"
Port Width:
1.78"
MFG. Part #:
7167MRG
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
GTIN Code:
084041071670

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Mr. Gasket 7167, Exhaust Gaskets, Copperseal, Mopar Big Block, Pair

Mr. Gasket, Copper-Seal Material, Rectangular Ports, 1.78" x 1.48"

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