COMP Cams 7635-12 Magnum Pushrods, 5/16 Dia, 7.150 Length, Set/12
0.312" Tube O.D., 0.08" Wall Thickness, Chromoly, For Use with Guideplates, Ball Top Tip Style
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COMP Cams Magnum Pushrods, 5/16" Diameter, 7.150" Length, Set of 12.
Magnum Pushrods from COMP Cams offer an affordable solution for your .080" wall chromemoly pushrod needs. Designed to withstand the stresses of a high performance engine, Magnum Pushrods are head-treated for extended durability and have precision formed, reinforced ends. Magnum Pushrods are black-oxide finished with their part number and length laser etched onto the surface for easy identification.
- Durable, one-piece .080" wall chromemoly steel tubing
- Heat-treated for durability & guide plate compatibility
- Black oxide finished with laser-etched part number
- Ideal for street performance and mild race applications
- Sold Set of 12
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