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Howards Cams 91117 Mechanical Roller Lifters, Chevy 265-400
Howards Cams 91117 Mechanical Roller Lifters, Chevy 265-400

Howards Cams 91117 Mechanical Roller Lifters, Chevy 265-400

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Howards Cams designed this mechanical roller lifter for the entry level sportsman racer. Roller is built with high grade materials but priced with a budget racer in mind. These lifters start with 8620 heat-treated steel bodies and then are black oxided for protection. They are fitted with 9310 steel rollers and superior high strength bearings. Carefully assembled by hand and checked for fit prior to packaging. Made in the USA!

  • Fits Chevy 265-400 Engines
  • 0.84" body diameter
  • Standard Body Height
  • Center Exhaust Offset
  • Center Intake Offset
  • 2.019" Seat Height
  • SportMax Vertical Bar Lifter Series
  • Mechanical Roller
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