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Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port
Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port

Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port

Chevy Small Block V8, Copper, Round Port Port Style, .04" Overall Thickness

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Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port
Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port
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Small Block Chevy Copper Exhaust Gasket, Round Port
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Material Type:
Copper
Port Style:
Round Port
MFG. Part #:
91013700
Overall Thickness:
.04"
Inside Diameter:
1.41"
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Cure the "leaky header blues" with these copper exhaust gaskets for round port Small Block Chevy heads. These copper exhaust gaskets are die cut and dead soft. Embossed port ridge for a perfect seal. Constructed of the finest .041" copper material and will seal where most gaskets fail. Reusable.

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