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Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E
Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E

Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E

Chevy Small Block V8, E Piston Ring Style, Gapless Top Ring Piston Ring Design

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Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E
Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E
Total Seal Maxseal Gapless Top Piston Rings, 4.125 Bore, Style E
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Piston Ring Style:
E
Piston Ring Diameter:
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Piston Ring Design:
Gapless Top Ring
Top Ring Material:
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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For years, Total Seal has led the field in piston ring technology. These file fit Maxseal sets feature ductile iron gapless top rings, conventional 2nd rings, & standard tension oil rings.

Ring Style Chart (GIF)

Item Details

1.5mm x 1.5mm x 3mm bore
4.125 plus .005 for file fitting

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