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COMP Cams 613-16 Super Locks, 10 Degree Angle, 11/32 Inch Stem
COMP Cams 613-16 Super Locks, 10 Degree Angle, 11/32 Inch Stem

COMP Cams 613-16 Super Locks, 10 Degree Angle, 11/32 Inch Stem

Universal Fit, .34" Diameter, 10 degree Angle, Steel, Black Oxide, Black

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COMP Cams 613-16 Super Locks, 10 Degree Angle, 11/32 Inch Stem
COMP Cams 613-16 Super Locks, 10 Degree Angle, 11/32 Inch Stem
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MFG. Part #:
613-16
Diameter:
.34"
Angle:
10 degree
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Black Oxide
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GTIN Code:
036584160168
Color:
Black

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These Steel Super Locks™ without a lash cap recess features a 10° lock angle and 11/32" valve stem size, and are recommended for all race applications. Super Locks™ have a wider angle (10°) that better distributes the ever increasing valve spring loads over the retainer than typical 7° locks. Precision-machined out of super-tough, fatigue-resistant metal alloy, Super Locks™ fit any COMP Cams® 10° retainer.

 

  •  Set of 16
  • 10 degree lock angle
  • 11/32" valve stem size
  • Fit ANY COMP Cams 10 degree retainer

 

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