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COMP Cams 747-1 Valve Spring Retainer, 10 Degree, 1.500/.690 In, Each
COMP Cams 747-1 Valve Spring Retainer, 10 Degree, 1.500/.690 In, Each

COMP Cams 747-1 Valve Spring Retainer, 10 Degree, 1.500/.690 In, Each

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COMP Cams 747-1 Valve Spring Retainer, 10 Degree, 1.500/.690 In, Each
COMP Cams 747-1 Valve Spring Retainer, 10 Degree, 1.500/.690 In, Each
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747-1 - Steel Retainers, 1.437"-1.500".

New valve springs with larger diameters require new retainers to handle the higher pressures developed by the springs. COMP Cams steel retainers are the solution. Precision-machined from 4140 chromoly and finished in black oxide, these retainers are specifically designed for positive location when combined with COMP Cams' high-quality valve springs. They're available for single, double, and triple-spring applications.

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