These Officially Licensed Chevrolet Valve Covers valve covers are made of heavy-gauge steel for small block V8s. In most cases, these covers are at least 20% thicker than typical aftermarket covers. This prevents leakage around the valve cover flange area, typically caused by over-torqued fasteners. The valve covers bear the Chevrolet and Bow Tie logos. Oil-restricting baffles are offered in some covers for those who want to maintain the PCV hookup.
how tall are these valve covers. I didn't see a measurement. I want to see if they fit on a 1968 327 Corvette. I also found the exact same same covers that are short. I didn't see a height measurement either. The covers I have now are about 2 3/4 inches
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