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I ordered 'standard/stock rings" from autozone, but the rings I got were too thick (the bore size was fine). And I took them back to autozone where they said they have multiple thicknesses, I asked the guy what size he had given me before and he couldn't say ( shouldn't he have known!?) Anyway, anybody know the thickness of the rings I need for my COMPLETELY stock internals?
'95 GT 'Vert with a 331, BBK equal length headers, bbk offroad xpipe, Flowmastermufflers, K&N CAI, Mac UD pulleys, Edelbrock RPM II upper and lower intake, AFR 185 heads, comp cams XE 274 HR cam shaft........364 rwhp, 370 rwtq
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