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Speedway Small Block Ford 260-351W Exhaust Gaskets
Speedway Small Block Ford 260-351W Exhaust Gaskets

Speedway Small Block Ford 260-351W Exhaust Gaskets

Ford Small Block V8, Gasket Material, Rectangular Port Port Style, 1.50" Port Height

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Material Type:
Gasket Material
Port Style:
Rectangular Port
Port Height:
1.50"
Port Width:
1.14"
MFG. Part #:
91010310
Overall Thickness:
.06"
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Speedway offers premium quality components & materials and exceeds all sealing requirements established by gasket manufacturers.

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