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Offenhauser 1949-53 Flathead Angled Water Neck
Offenhauser 1949-53 Flathead Angled Water Neck

Offenhauser 1949-53 Flathead Angled Water Neck

2.50" Overall Height, .27" Base Height, 1.28" Hose ID, 1.22" Tube Length, .98" Tube I.D.

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Offenhauser 1949-53 Flathead Angled Water Neck
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Overall Height:
2.50"
Base Height:
.27"
Hose ID:
1.28"
Tube Length:
1.22"
Tube I.D.:
.98"
Centerline of Holes:
3.00"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Polished
Gasket(s) Included:
Yes
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
40 degree vertical angle.

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Replace your corroded or missing Flathead water neck with this high-quality version. Made of cast aluminum for a good seal and longevity.
  • Uses 1-1/4" hose
  • Includes bolts and gasket
  • Two required per engine

Application

  • 1949-1953 Ford 8BA flathead V8
  • 1949-1953 Mercury 8CM flathead V8
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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