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Mr Gasket 1211 Engine Cleaning Brush Kit

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Engine Cleaning Brush Kit

Engine Cleaning Brush Kit; Short; Incl. 3 Sizes; 5/16 in. OD x 9 in./0.5 in. OD x 9 in./5/8 in. OD x 9 in.;


SPECIFICATIONS:
  • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No

FEATURES:
  • Stiff Bristle Nylon
  • Will Not Soften
  • Will Not Melt
  • Heavy Twisted Steel
  • Loop For Hanging

Serious engine builders and backyard mechanics alike need these special length brushes to properly clean all the holes and passages found in most automotive engines. Available in a wide variety of diameters and lengths, each brush is made from pure stiff bristle nylon that won't soften or melt when used in conjunction with most engine cleaning solvents. To minimize bending, each handle is made from heavy gauge twisted steel wire, which also firmly holds the bristles in a spiral twist. A convenient loop on the end of each brush makes for easy hanging and storage.

Using his own '57 fits Chevy as a rolling test bed, drag racer Joe Hrudka launched the most famous gasket company in the world more than half a century ago. Building a name for himself and his company competing at Cleveland-area tracks Norwalk and Dragway 42, Hrudka quickly established Mr. Gasket as the go-to gasket source for racers with a line of head gaskets, exhaust gaskets, oil pan gaskets, and fasteners that sealed perfectly every time and withstood the punishing temperatures and pressures of racing. Now an important part of Holley Performance, Mr. Gasket continues to expand application coverage with more and more new products for race cars and muscle cars alike. Beyond the gaskets that made the Mr. Gasket brand what it is today is an endless variety of high-performance parts, including carburetor and fuel system components, chrome-plated accessories to dress up your engine bay, fuel additives, shifter accessories, cooling-system accessories, specialty tools, and a wide array of heavy-duty suspension and driveline components.

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