Flathead Ford V8 Heavy Duty Valve Keepers, 16 Pairs
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Stock Flathead Fords have weak valve springs, which increases wear on retainers, valve stem grooves and keepers. Increased horsepower and hard driving often cause failure. Recommended as part of Speedway’s no-lead valve conversion for Flatheads.
- Heavy-duty, case-hardened, stamped steel 7° keepers
- Stronger than originals
- Works with 1949-1953 valve stems and retainers16 Pairs
Flathead Valve Assembly (Link)
- 1949-1953 Flathead Ford OEM V8s
- All other Flatheads using 1949-1953 straight-stem valves
- 11/32" stem size
- 7-degree retainer angle
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