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COMP Cams 5306 Rocker Arm Removal/Tap Alignment Tool, Chevy V6/V8
COMP Cams 5306 Rocker Arm Removal/Tap Alignment Tool, Chevy V6/V8

COMP Cams 5306 Rocker Arm Removal/Tap Alignment Tool, Chevy V6/V8

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COMP Cams 5306 Rocker Arm Removal/Tap Alignment Tool, Chevy V6/V8
COMP Cams 5306 Rocker Arm Removal/Tap Alignment Tool, Chevy V6/V8
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COMP Cams Rocker Arm Stud Puller and Tap Guide.

COMP Cams Rocker Arm Stud Puller and Tap Guide provides a convenient method to remove pressed-in rocker arm studs. Simply slide the tool over two side-by-side studs and crank down on the retaining nut to force out the stud. Use this tool with the supplied arbor to ensure proper alignment when tapping the stud boss for screw-in studs.

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1955-2006 Chevy 173-454
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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