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COMP Cams 4512-1 Hi-Tech Rocker Arm Stud, 7/16-14, 1.900 Length, Each
COMP Cams 4512-1 Hi-Tech Rocker Arm Stud, 7/16-14, 1.900 Length, Each

COMP Cams 4512-1 Hi-Tech Rocker Arm Stud, 7/16-14, 1.900 Length, Each

Chevy Big Block V8, 1.9" Overall Length, 0.75" Thread Length, 0.75" Thread Length (2)

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COMP Cams 4512-1 Hi-Tech Rocker Arm Stud, 7/16-14, 1.900 Length, Each
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MFG. Part #:
4512-1
Overall Length:
1.9"
Thread Length:
0.75"
Thread Length (2):
0.75"
Finish:
Black Oxide
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
7/16" in diameter
GTIN Code:
036584392514

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4512-1 - Stud,CB 7/16 Hi-Tech.

COMP Cams offers GM Gen III LS1/LS6 and Gen IV LS3 Ultra Pro Magnum Rocker Arm Kits, both of which include rocker arms, guide plates (3/8" or 7/16"), rocker studs, adjusting nuts and set screws. Designed to fit under the stock valve covers without machining, COMP GM LS Ultra Pro Magnum Rocker Arm Upgrade Kits are the simple solution upgrading the valve train components in your GM Gen III/IV engine.

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