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Spectre 4606 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Nylon, Blue, 8-8.8mm
Spectre 4606 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Nylon, Blue, 8-8.8mm

Spectre 4606 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Nylon, Blue, 8-8.8mm

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Spectre 4606 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Nylon, Blue, 8-8.8mm
Spectre 4606 Spark Plug Wire Loom/Separator Kit, Nylon, Blue, 8-8.8mm
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Spectre’s Deluxe Wire Dividers available in blue, black, red and chrome are designed to keep ignition wires neatly organized and away from other components and possible cross-firing. These universal wire dividers are for all 7-9 millimeter ignition wires and are manufactured using a heavy duty durable heat-resistant resin.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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