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Edelbrock 9724 Valve Spring Retainer, Steel, 7 Degree, 1.410 Inch
Edelbrock 9724 Valve Spring Retainer, Steel, 7 Degree, 1.410 Inch

Edelbrock 9724 Valve Spring Retainer, Steel, 7 Degree, 1.410 Inch

Oldsmobile V8, Pontiac V8, Ford Small Block V8, Ford Big Block V8, Standard Valve Spring Style

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Edelbrock 9724 Valve Spring Retainer, Steel, 7 Degree, 1.410 Inch
Edelbrock 9724 Valve Spring Retainer, Steel, 7 Degree, 1.410 Inch
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for Edelbrock to ship this item.
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Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Outside Diameter of Outer Spring:
1.41"
Locks Included:
No
Lock Style:
7 Degree
Retainer Material:
Steel
Inside Diameter of Inner Spring:
1"
Retainer Style:
Standard
GTIN Code:
085347097241

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Made of superior quality steel, machined and heat-treated for strength, these retainers have a black-oxide finish for rust and corrosion protection. Sold in sets of 16.
  • Valve Spring Retainers for Use OE Cast Iron Heads
  • Superior Quality Heat-Treated Steel
  • Machined for Strength with Black Oxide Finish
  • Finish Ensures Rust and Corrosion Protection
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