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Edelbrock 8598 Rocker Arm Stud Bolt, 2.700 Inch, Pair
Edelbrock 8598 Rocker Arm Stud Bolt, 2.700 Inch, Pair

Edelbrock 8598 Rocker Arm Stud Bolt, 2.700 Inch, Pair

Chevy Small Block V8, Ford Small Block V8, Chrysler Small Block V8, 3/8-16 in. Thread Pitch

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Edelbrock 8598 Rocker Arm Stud Bolt, 2.700 Inch, Pair
Edelbrock 8598 Rocker Arm Stud Bolt, 2.700 Inch, Pair
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MFG. Part #:
Thread Pitch:
3/8-16 in.
Thread Length:
0.880 in."
Thread Pitch (2):
3/8-24 in.
Thread Length (2):
0.655 in."
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Guideplate Locator Shank:
Stud Length:
2.348 in."
GTIN Code:


This is an LS1 rocker stud bolt kit that is recommended for use with the 61969, 61979, 61989 and 61999 cylinder heads. The kit contains eight bolts that are shorter than stock for use on the intake rockers so that flow is not obstructed.
  • Rocker Stud Bolt Kit
  • Chromoly
  • 7/16 in.-14 Base Thread, 3/8 in.-24 Top Thread
  • Pair
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations


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