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Edelbrock 9290

Edelbrock Epoxy Kit A and B Type

350-9290

made in usa
Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 11/20/18

$32.95
Edelbrock Epoxy Kit A and B Type $32.95
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Edelbrock Epoxy Kit
  • A and B Type
  • 1-lb Total Weight
  • Edelbrock 9290 Details

  • Great For Intake Manifold
  • For Cylinder Head Port Module
  • Can Be Drilled
  • Can Be Tapped
  • Water and Gasoline-Proof
  • Easy To Use

  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Volume
    1 lb
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    9290

    These two-part bonding products mold like putty, yet harden in one hour to a steel-like consistency. They don't shrink and aren't affected by solvents, oils, or gasoline. The maximum temperature they can withstand is 250 degrees F, which makes them perfect for repairing intake manifolds, cylinder head intake ports, heads, and blocks. They can be drilled and tapped when hard, adhere to almost any clean surface, and harden in 60 minutes at 75 degrees F.

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

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