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Chevrolet Performance 14095256 CT350 602 Crate Engine Push Rod
Chevrolet Performance 14095256 CT350 602 Crate Engine Push Rod

Chevrolet Performance 14095256 CT350 602 Crate Engine Push Rod

602 GM Chevy Crate Engine, 7.790" Overall Length, Steel, .312" Outside Diameter

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Chevrolet Performance 14095256 CT350 602 Crate Engine Push Rod
Chevrolet Performance 14095256 CT350 602 Crate Engine Push Rod
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MFG. Part #:
14095256
Overall Length:
7.790"
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Outside Diameter:
.312"

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These push rods are designed for use with GM Performance 602 crate engines. Stronger and more durable than normal, these rods are sure to not disappoint. Chevrolet Performance parts will serve you longer and will provide maximum safety and performance. Sold each.

  • 7.79" x 0.312"
  • 0.11 lbs.
  • Enhanced engineering features provide improved stability, reduced deflection, and constant column strength.
  • GM Performance 602 crate engines
  • Sold Each
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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