COMP Cams 795-16 Steel Retainers, 1.095 Inch, 10 Degree
Universal Fit, Beehive Valve Spring Style, Standard Valve Spring Retainer Style, Steel, Black
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Valve springs with larger diameters require retainers to handle the higher pressures developed by the springs. COMP Cams® Steel Retainers are the perfect solution to this problem. COMP® engineers used 3D CAD with FEA to design retainers with a modern and advanced contoured top profiling for lower stress, increased lift and a reduction in mass. The retainers are CNC-machined to exact tolerances using CAD/CAM software. All COMP® retainers use only high-grade SAE 4140 chromemoly steel with no lead, <0.04% sulfur and a black oxide finish to prevent corrosion. COMP Cams® Steel Valve Spring Retainers offer both unmatched looks and superior performance that set the industry standard.
- Includes 16 Retainers
- Steel Retainers for Part# 26120 Beehive™ Springs
- 10° Lock Angle - All Valve Stem Sizes - 1.095" Spring Diameter
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