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ATI 915650
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ATI SFI Approved Flexplate Big Block Mopar 6-Bolt To Powerglide

085-915650

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/20/18

$172.99
ATI SFI Approved Flexplate Big Block Mopar 6-Bolt To Powerglide $172.99
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SFI Approved Flexplate
  • Big Block Mopar 6-Bolt To Powerglide
  • Internal Balance
  • 130 Tooth
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    915650

    ATI Flexplates are created from custom drawn SFI-spec chromoloy steel. The flexplates are double MIG/TIG welded for additional strength and lasting precision pass after pass. Each ATI flexplate is manufactured and toleranced from OEM drawings to ensure a precise fit and location. Each plate is quality inspected to EXCEED the flatness and run-out tolerances of the OEM units and is precision balanced on Hines digital equipment with a resolution of 1/10 ounce/inch.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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