Small Block Chevy
Fel-Pro wire ring head gaskets are offered in various bore sizes, thicknesses, and materials to meet any need. Fel-Pro head gaskets are designed to be relied on by the professional racer as well as the Sunday cruiser when it comes to sealing combustion pressure, coolant, and oil under all conditions.
Pre-Flattened Steel Wire Ring Head Gaskets
The strength of steel wire sealing with minimum brinelling of aluminum heads.
Pre-Flattened Copper Wire Ring Head Gaskets
Copper will not brinell aluminum heads, and these Fel-Pro gaskets also offer superior heat dissipation from combustion hot spots.
Loc Wire Ring Head Gaskets
Fel-Pro Loc Wire gaskets are engineered to provide the best sealing available for severe applications. They have oversized wire rings that lock into receiver grooves which must be machined into the cylinder heads. Precise machining is critical to the success of these gaskets.
*Each Fel-Pro gasket type is sold 1 per package
Will they work on a 1998 5.7 L-31 vortec
Do it fit a 350 bored .30 over?
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