COMP Cams 744-8 Steel Retainers, 7 Degree Lock Angle, Set of 8
Standard Valve Spring Retainer Style, Dual Number of Springs Per Valve, 7 Degree Lock Style
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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