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COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8
COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8

COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8

Standard Valve Spring Retainer Style, Dual Number of Springs Per Valve, Not Locks Included

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COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8
COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8
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MFG. Part #:
744-8
Valve Spring Retainer Style:
Standard
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Number of Springs Per Valve:
Dual
Outside Diameter of Outer Spring:
1.4"
Locks Included:
No
Lock Style:
7 Degree
Retainer Material:
Steel
Inside Diameter of Inner Spring:
0.69"
Outside Diameter of Middle Spring:
1.06"
Retainer Style:
Standard
GTIN Code:
036584200215

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Valve springs that have larger diameters require retainers to handle the higher pressures developed by the springs. COMP Cams steel Retainers can solve this problem. Retainers are CNC-machined to exact tolerances. All COMP retainers use only high-grade SAE 4140 chromoly steel with no lead, and have a black oxide finish to prevent corrosion. Valve spring retainers offer both unmatched looks and superior performance that set the industry standard.

  • 7 degree lock angle
  • Steel retainer material
  • Sold as a set of 8
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