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COMP Cams 98842C-2 Elite Race Lifters, Solid roller, Chevy S/B, Pair
COMP Cams 98842C-2 Elite Race Lifters, Solid roller, Chevy S/B, Pair

COMP Cams 98842C-2 Elite Race Lifters, Solid roller, Chevy S/B, Pair

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COMP Cams 98842C-2 Elite Race Lifters, Solid roller, Chevy S/B, Pair
COMP Cams 98842C-2 Elite Race Lifters, Solid roller, Chevy S/B, Pair
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98842C-2 - Roller Lifter, .842 dia CS Elite.

For more than 35 years, the COMP Cams mission has never changed: to produce the highest-performing products possible, provide customers with superior service, and to lead the industry in technological development. While the COMP Performance Group has grown to multiple companies and hundreds of employees, we still retain the competitive spirit and desire to be the very best that has positioned COMP Cams as the absolute leader in valve train components.


1977-80 Buick 305-350
1977-92 Oldsmobile 305-350
1971-92 Pontiac 305-350
1990-2000 Cadillac 305-350
1955-2002 Chevy 262-400
1955-2002 Chevy 262-400
1960-2002 GMC 267-400
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