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COMP Cams 517-16 Valve Stem Seals, PTFE, .500 Inch, .342 Inch, Set/16
COMP Cams 517-16 Valve Stem Seals, PTFE, .500 Inch, .342 Inch, Set/16

COMP Cams 517-16 Valve Stem Seals, PTFE, .500 Inch, .342 Inch, Set/16

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COMP Cams 517-16 Valve Stem Seals, PTFE, .500 Inch, .342 Inch, Set/16
COMP Cams 517-16 Valve Stem Seals, PTFE, .500 Inch, .342 Inch, Set/16
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517-16 - Valve Seals, Metal Body Viton 11/32X.500.

COMP Cams offers a complete line of valve stem oil seals, from the stock GM o-ring to the positive-stop PTFE seal. These seals are a must to keep unwanted oil form entering the combustion chamber through the clearance in the valve guides. The o-ring seals use the standard retainer and oil splash shield. The umbrella seal is normally used when a larger than stock diameter spring is used, and in the case of a double spring, the positive-stop PTFE seal is used. Small diameter Viton seals are also available for triple spring applications.

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