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Comp Cams 4697-16 ID Valve Spring Locators with .630 Inch Guide
Comp Cams 4697-16 ID Valve Spring Locators with .630 Inch Guide

Comp Cams 4697-16 ID Valve Spring Locators with .630 Inch Guide

.63" Inside Diameter, 1.51" Outside Diameter, Steel, Black Oxide, Black

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MFG. Part #:
4697-16
Inside Diameter:
.63"
Outside Diameter:
1.51"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Black Oxide
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Notes:
For Comp 26120 valve springs.
GTIN Code:
036584089155
Color:
Black

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These ID valve spring locators are designed for use with our 2822612016 beehive springs.
  • Thickness .060"
  • I.D.  .630"
  • O.D.  1.510"
  • Spring ID .970"

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