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Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel
Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel

Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel

Chevy Small Block V8, .75" Overall Length, .50" Thread Length, 1/4"-20 Thread Pitch, Polished

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Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel
Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel
Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel
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Small Block Chevy Timing Cover Bolt Kit, Stainless Steel
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MFG. Part #:
91303822
Overall Length:
.75"
Thread Length:
.50"
Thread Pitch:
1/4"-20
Wrench Type:
Allen
Inside Diameter:
.25"
Outside Diameter:
.49"
Material Thickness:
.06"
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Finish:
Polished
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These stainless steel bolt kits will dress up your Small Block Chevy engine, while giving you corrosion-resistant performance. Allen head.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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