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> WTB: Cylinder studs 1.7Liter, shorties
pgollender
post May 19 2017, 08:50 AM
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Need a couple of the short cylinder head studs for 1.7 liter motor (1970)Attached Image
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Need a couple of the short cylinder head studs for 1.7 liter motor (1970)Attached Image



I have a complete set that was recently removed from a 2.0L block, I don't know if they are the same length?
Let me know if you need them.

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I have a complete set that was recently removed from a 2.0L block, I don't know if they are the same length?
Let me know if you need them.

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The case studs are the same.
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