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Edelbrock 5814 Sure Seat Valve Spring, Single, 1.250 Inch
Edelbrock 5814 Sure Seat Valve Spring, Single, 1.250 Inch

Edelbrock 5814 Sure Seat Valve Spring, Single, 1.250 Inch

Standard Valve Spring Style, Single Number of Springs Per Valve

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Edelbrock 5814 Sure Seat Valve Spring, Single, 1.250 Inch
Edelbrock 5814 Sure Seat Valve Spring, Single, 1.250 Inch
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Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Damper Spring Included:
No
MFG. Part #:
5814
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Number of Springs Per Valve:
Single
Outside Diameter of Outer Spring:
1.250 in."
Inside Diameter of Outer Spring:
0.750 in."
Inside Diameter of Inner Spring:
0.750 in."
Coated:
No
GTIN Code:
085347058143

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Made of highest quality spring wire and precision wound to close tolerances, our Sure Seat Valve Springs are designed for use on original equipment heads with our Performer-Plus, Performer RPM and Torker-Plus camshafts.
  • For Use With Cast Iron Heads
  • Springs Made of Highest Quality Spring Wire
  • Springs Precision Wound To Close Tolerances
  • Use with Original Equipment Heads Only

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

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