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Proform 66951 Small Block Chevy Stud Girdle, 7/16 Inch
Proform 66951 Small Block Chevy Stud Girdle, 7/16 Inch

Proform 66951 Small Block Chevy Stud Girdle, 7/16 Inch

Chevy Small Block V8, Aluminum, Anodized, Polylock Rocker Arm Nut Style

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Proform 66951 Small Block Chevy Stud Girdle, 7/16 Inch
Proform 66951 Small Block Chevy Stud Girdle, 7/16 Inch
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Sold in Quantity:
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Rocker Arm Nut Style:
Polylock
GTIN Code:
00037995369515

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Double bar stud girdle for Small Block Chevy with 7/16" studs.  Stud girdle is made from heavy duty aluminum and features an anodized finish. Polylock rocker arm nut style. 
  • Aluminum construction
  • Anodized finish
  • Polylock rocker arm nut style
  • Sold as a pair

Notes

Please note that the polylocks provided have an outside diameter of 0.589" at the rocker arm and may not clear some rocker arm applications that utilize the 0.559" slot width.   Polylock set # 915-99804 may be additionally required for some applications.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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