Aluminum Block Plug & Dowel Kit
This 4.6L 2V Mustang Ford Racing Iron Block Plug and Dowel Kit is necessary when rebuilding or replacing the Iron block in your 1996-2004 Mustang GT . These plugs, often called core or expansion plugs, seal the holes left behind from sand casting when the engine is made. When your core plugs or freeze plugs become corroded, your engine is subject to damage. This high quality kit from Ford Racing features stronger than factory parts that you can trust when rebuilding your motor. Pick up a kit today and get your 2V Mustang motor sealed back up!
-Fits 4.6L 2V Iron blocks in the 1996-2004 GT
-2 Threaded Drain Plugs
-1 Water Heater Tube
-2 Solid Dowels
-12 Cup Plugs
-2 Shortened Dowels
-1 Transmission Dowel
-4 Front/Rear Dowels
-4 Cylinder Head Dowels
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