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Total Seal Conventional Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style A
Total Seal Conventional Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style A

Total Seal Conventional Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style A

Chevy Small Block V8, A Piston Ring Style, Conventional Piston Ring Design

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Piston Ring Style:
A
Piston Ring Diameter:
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Piston Ring Design:
Conventional
Top Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Second Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Top Ring Thickness:
5/64"
Second Ring Thickness:
5/64"
Oil Ring Thickness:
3/16"
Oil Ring Tension:
Standard Tension
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For years Total Seal has been leader in performance ring technology. These conventional style ring sets featuring a plasma moly ductile iron top ring, cast second and a 3-piece oil ring.

Available in drop-in or file fit.

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