Duralast Wireset 4734
|Wire Jacket Material||EPDM|
|Wire Diameter (mm)||8|
|Wire Core Material||Suppressor|
|Distributor / Coil Boot Material||EPDM|
|Coil Wire Included||No|
|Distributor / Coil Boot Color||Black|
|Boot End Angle||115 degrees|
|Boot Color||2 Black Boots, 3 Grey Boots, and 1 Pink Boot|
|Maximum Operating Temperature (°F)||356|
Duralast™ ignition wire sets allow you to complete an ignition tune-up, without breaking the bank. Changing your ignition wire set each time you change your spark plugs ensures a solid connection and a moisture tight seal to achieve maximum performance. Today s automobile manufacturers continue to introduce more compact, fuel efficient engines with smaller cylinder counts. These higher revving engines sit in ever smaller engine compartments which expose ignition wires to extreme operating temperatures. Duralast™ wire sets not only withstand the demands of these high-heat conditions but also resist exposure to chemicals, deliver maximum spark, and meet the original manufacturers functional requirements.
- Duralast™ wire sets offer extensive coverage for vehicles on the road today
- Performance of product meets or exceeds original equipment specifications
- Duralast™ wire sets are designed to provide original equipment fit for your vehicle
- Pre-greased silicone spark plug boots ensure easy installation and removal
- Corrosion resistant terminals provide consistent performance
- Quick-lock terminals allow for quick and easy installation
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