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Edelbrock 97423 Hydraulic Roller Lifter Set, Small Block Chevy
Edelbrock 97423 Hydraulic Roller Lifter Set, Small Block Chevy

Edelbrock 97423 Hydraulic Roller Lifter Set, Small Block Chevy

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Edelbrock 97423 Hydraulic Roller Lifter Set, Small Block Chevy
Edelbrock 97423 Hydraulic Roller Lifter Set, Small Block Chevy
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Lifter Type:
Hydraulic Roller
Link Bar:
Lifter Link Bars Included:
Outside Diameter:
0.842 in."
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Edelbrock's high performance hydraulic roller lifters for small-block Chevy, W-series Chevy, big-block Chevy, big-block Chrysler, small-block Ford and FE Ford are the perfect match for street and high performance applications.
  • Precision Self-Aligning Hydraulic Roller Lifter
  • Retro-Fit Lifter
  • Use w/Hyd Roller Lifter In Non-Roller Engine Block
  • Originally Equipped w/Conventional Lifters


Hydraulic Roller Lifter kits #97423 and #97433 will require shorter than stock pushrods. 

Suggested pushrods are S/B Chevy # 325-9646 and Chevy 348/409 "W"  # 325-9648


Retrofit lifter designed for use with hydraulic roller camshaft in non-roller engine blocks originally equipped with conventional lifters.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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