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COMP Cams 8292-16 Dual Taper Pushrods, 7/16 Dia., 7.800 Length, Set
COMP Cams 8292-16 Dual Taper Pushrods, 7/16 Dia., 7.800 Length, Set

COMP Cams 8292-16 Dual Taper Pushrods, 7/16 Dia., 7.800 Length, Set

0.437" Tube O.D., 0.165" Wall Thickness, Steel, For Use with Guideplates, Ball Top Tip Style

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COMP Cams 8292-16 Dual Taper Pushrods, 7/16 Dia., 7.800 Length, Set
COMP Cams 8292-16 Dual Taper Pushrods, 7/16 Dia., 7.800 Length, Set
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GTIN Code:
036584163749
MFG. Part #:
8292-16
Tube O.D.:
0.437"
Wall Thickness:
0.165"
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Set
For Use with Guideplates:
Yes
Top Tip Style:
Ball
Bottom Tip Style:
Ball
Heat Treated:
Yes
Bottom Tip Diameter:
0.375"
Top Tip Diameter:
0.375"
Tip Attachment:
Formed
Oiling:
Yes
One-Piece Pushrod:
Yes
Exhaust Length:
7.8"
Intake Length:
7.8"
Tapered:
Yes

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8292-16 - PushrodS,7.800" Dual Taper 3/8 -7/16 .165.

Constructed of special steel alloy and utilize a 210 degree tip for an increased load bearing surface.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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