JEGS 40300 Black Spark Plug Wire Boot Guards are made from non-flammable fiberglass material that will protect your spark plug wires & boots from excessive engine and exhaust heat up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. These boot guards are universal and will fit most angled and straight style spark plug boots. Easy installation, just slip on (Sewn end over spark plug) for maximum protection and these boots guards will extend the life of your spark plug wires and boots.
Protect Your Spark Plug Boots From High Temperatures
JEGS Spark Plug Boot Guards shield spark plug boots from header and exhaust manifold extreme high temperatures. Made from flexible 6 in. long, 2-layer fiberglass that stretches and conforms over spark plug boots (up to 7/8 in. diameter) in various angles and shapes. These Boot Guards also feature a sewn in metal ring that hugs tight against the spark plug boot. Available individually or in sets of 8. Several colors to mix and/or match your engine compartment. Boot Guards will withstand temperatures up to 1200-deg. F.
Can you fit these boot guards over pre-assembled Moroso 73615 (8.65 MM "fat blue wires"?
Will these fit #555-40210 90 deg boot?
Does Jegs back these boot sleeves 100% to keep my plug boots protected from heat?I just installed them today.
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