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COMP Cams 4800-6 Guideplates, Raised, Chevy 194/230/250, Set
COMP Cams 4800-6  Guideplates, Raised, Chevy 194/230/250, Set

COMP Cams 4800-6 Guideplates, Raised, Chevy 194/230/250, Set

Steel, Black Oxide, 0.312" Guideplate Pushrod Size, Is Machine Work Required, Black

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COMP Cams 4800-6  Guideplates, Raised, Chevy 194/230/250, Set
COMP Cams 4800-6 Guideplates, Raised, Chevy 194/230/250, Set
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MFG. Part #:
4800-6
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Black Oxide
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Guideplate Pushrod Size:
0.312"
Guide Plate Style:
Raised
Machine Work Required:
Yes
GTIN Code:
036584393849
Color:
Black

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4800-6 - Guide PlateS, CS 5/16.

These Guideplates from COMP Cams are necessary in high-rpm motors. They keep your pushrods in line with your lifter cups and rocker arms and prevent deflecting or walking sideways. These Guideplates are hardened to prevent them from wearing prematurely.

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

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