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Speedway Small Block Chevy 283-350 Head Gaskets, 4.0 Inch Bore
Speedway Small Block Chevy 283-350 Head Gaskets, 4.0 Inch Bore

Speedway Small Block Chevy 283-350 Head Gaskets, 4.0 Inch Bore

Chevy Small Block V8, 4.090" Gasket Bore, 0.065" Overall Thickness, Gasket Material

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Speedway Small Block Chevy 283-350 Head Gaskets, 4.0 Inch Bore
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Speedway Small Block Chevy 283-350 Head Gaskets, 4.0 Inch Bore
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  • Will fit 283-350 Small Block Chevy
  • 4.0" bore
  • Speedway Motors quality
  • 0.065" thick
  • Superior sealing capability

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Gasket Bore:
4.090"
Overall Thickness:
0.065"
Material Type:
Gasket Material
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Not for use with 400 block. 4.090" is the MAXIMUM bore size.
MFG. Part #:
91010204

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Speedway Small Block Chevy (SBC) composite head gaskets use premium materials to ensure a positive seal on any race or street engine.

Sold as each.

Item Details

4.0" bore (.065" thick)

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