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COMP Cams 5337 Valve Spring Compressor Tool, Small Block Chevy, Each
COMP Cams 5337 Valve Spring Compressor Tool, Small Block Chevy, Each

COMP Cams 5337 Valve Spring Compressor Tool, Small Block Chevy, Each

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COMP Cams Valve Spring Compressor Tool for Small Block Chevy.

The easy-to-use, custom design of the new COMP Cams Small Block Chevy Valve Spring Compressor enables the effortless removal and installation of valve springs without the hassle of first having to remove any of the other installed rocker arms. The tool fits 3/8" and 7/16" rocker arm studs and works on all Small Block Chevy engines with heads either on or off. The tool's compact design facilitates easy usage in vehicles where other tools are incapable of reaching the tight spaces, and it is small enough to fit in any toolbox. Featuring a durable steel design, the Small Block Chevy Valve Spring Compressor Tool comes with a lifetime guarantee against failure. This affordable valve spring compressor tools works on two springs at a time and is a must have for all Small Block Chevy engine builders.

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1955-2002 Chevy 262-400
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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