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COMP Cams 4610-1 Rocker Arm Nut, 5/16 Dia., Self-locking, Each
COMP Cams 4610-1 Rocker Arm Nut, 5/16 Dia., Self-locking, Each

COMP Cams 4610-1 Rocker Arm Nut, 5/16 Dia., Self-locking, Each

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COMP Cams 4610-1 Rocker Arm Nut, 5/16 Dia., Self-locking, Each
COMP Cams 4610-1 Rocker Arm Nut, 5/16 Dia., Self-locking, Each
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4610-1 - Rocker adjuster, FS(1).

Many of the popular engine families utilize a positive stop type of rocker arm attachment, which does not allow for any adjustment and consequently there is no consideration for different cam sizes or other modifications to the engine block and heads. For that reason, COMP has designed a kit to convert this setup to a fully adjustable valve train.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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