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Heat Treated Valve Locks, 11/32 Inch, Set of 32
Heat Treated Valve Locks, 11/32 Inch, Set of 32

Heat Treated Valve Locks, 11/32 Inch, Set of 32

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Heat Treated Valve Locks, 11/32 Inch, Set of 32
Heat Treated Valve Locks, 11/32 Inch, Set of 32
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Diameter:
.34"
Angle:
7 degree
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Set of 32.

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These race locks are designed for stock or performance engines using 7 degree valve locks. They are manufactured from machined steel and offer excellent valve spring location, so it is not necessary to change to a 10 degree retainer. Whether youre rebuilding a stock engine or changing to valve springs that have more seat pressure, these valve locks will provide the reliability that youve been looking for.

Heat Treated Valve Locks

  • High Quality & Heat Treated
  • High strength, premium, heavy duty
  • Machined from high quality steel
  • Valve stem diameter: 0.342 in.
  • 1-groove
  • 11/32", 7 Degree
  • Set of 32

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