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COMP Cams 817-16 Ford V8 Solid Lifters with Oil Hole
COMP Cams 817-16 Ford V8 Solid Lifters with Oil Hole

COMP Cams 817-16 Ford V8 Solid Lifters with Oil Hole

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COMP Cams 817-16 Ford V8 Solid Lifters with Oil Hole
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Mechanical/Solid Flat Tappet
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When assembling a high performance engine you must use only the best parts and match them carefully. COMP Cams deluxe solid lifters with .012" hole on the lifter face helps oil cam-to-lifter contact area and reduces wear. COMP Cams lifters are manufactured to the highest standards and when used with their oil additive will give you the best results.

  • Precision-ground crown radius and surface finish to promote camshaft compatibility and high-rpm durability
  • Lightweight design and premium one-piece pushrod seat provide an extended rpm range
  • Precision-machined and accurately located oil band to yield a consistent, properly metered oil flow
  • Designed for elevated, race application valve spring pressures
  • Ideal for high-end street and race engines

Item Details

302-351W (1969-up)
Boss 302, 351C, 351M, 400M


  • Diameter:  .875"
  • Weight:  97 grams
  • Seat Height:  1.95"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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