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Garage Sale - Valvetrain Oil Deflector, Single
Garage Sale - Valvetrain Oil Deflector, Single

Garage Sale - Valvetrain Oil Deflector, Single

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Garage Sale - Valvetrain Oil Deflector, Single
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These oil deflectors are garage sale priced because they are coroded.  These are being sold each and do not include mounting hardware. 

 No Warranty, No Returns On Garage Sale Items

Redirects oil from push rods to fulcrum balls, rockers and springs to provide maximum lubrication and cooling. Extends life of stock valve train assembly. Manufactured from lightweight aluminum. Ideal for claimer motors. Fits all S/B Chevy and Ford 302 motors with stamped rocker arms.

Polylocks are required for the installation of this item. Please see our suggestions on this page.


These deflectors fit SBC and SBF using stock-style "stamped" rocker arms and tall valve covers.


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