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COMP Cams 4542-16 Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 5/16-20, 1.520 Length, Set
COMP Cams 4542-16 Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 5/16-20, 1.520 Length, Set

COMP Cams 4542-16 Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 5/16-20, 1.520 Length, Set

Oldsmobile V8, Chrysler Small Block V8, Steel, 3/8"-24 Thread Pitch, 5/16"-20 Thread Pitch (2)

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COMP Cams 4542-16 Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 5/16-20, 1.520 Length, Set
COMP Cams 4542-16 Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 5/16-20, 1.520 Length, Set
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MFG. Part #:
4542-16
Material Type:
Steel
Thread Pitch:
3/8"-24
Thread Pitch (2):
5/16"-20
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Set
GTIN Code:
036584392279

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COMP Cams Magnum Rocker Arm Studs, 3/8" Diameter for Oldsmobile Applications.

COMP Cams takes pride in having the finest rocker arm studs available on the market. The Magnum Rocker Arm Studs work well in applications with the lifts and spring pressures of performance Camshafts. They are available in the popular 3/8 and 7/16 sizes. All COMP Cams studs have generous radii and a black oxide finish.

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