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Total Seal CR3055-035 Chevy 305 Conventional Piston Rings, Style E
Total Seal Chevy 305 Conventional Piston Rings, Style E

Total Seal CR3055-035 Chevy 305 Conventional Piston Rings, Style E

305 Chevy Small Block V8, E Piston Ring Style, Conventional Piston Ring Design

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Total Seal Chevy 305 Conventional Piston Rings, Style E
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Total Seal CR3055-035 Chevy 305 Conventional Piston Rings, Style E
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Piston Ring Style:
E
Piston Ring Diameter:
3.771"
Piston Ring Design:
Conventional
Top Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Second Ring Material:
Cast Iron
Top Ring Thickness:
1.5 mm
Second Ring Thickness:
1.5 mm
Oil Ring Thickness:
3.0 mm
Oil Ring Tension:
Standard Tension
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MFG. Part #:
CR3055-035

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These file-fit piston ring sets for your 305 small block Chevy come from the leader in cylinder sealing technology - Total Seal. Classic Race Conventional sets feature ductile iron plasma moly top rings conventional 2nd rings & 3 piece standard tension oil rings. For use in all applications including mild nitrous or mild boost.

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