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Spectre 45583 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Steel, Chrome, Pair
Spectre 45583 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Steel, Chrome, Pair

Spectre 45583 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Steel, Chrome, Pair

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Spectre 45583 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Steel, Chrome, Pair
Spectre 45583 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Steel, Chrome, Pair
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Spectre’s 2 Wire Loom features a triple chrome-plated tall profile design engineered to protect and organize wires from 7 to 8 millimeters in diameter. This loom includes 16 rubber insulators in a variety of colors, and is manufactured using high quality materials to ensure it looks as good as it performs.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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