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Intercomp 100760-SH Adjustable Valve Seat Force Tester - Semi Hemi
Intercomp 100760-SH Adjustable Valve Seat Force Tester - Semi Hemi

Intercomp 100760-SH Adjustable Valve Seat Force Tester - Semi Hemi

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Intercomp 100760-SH Adjustable Valve Seat Force Tester - Semi Hemi
Intercomp 100760-SH Adjustable Valve Seat Force Tester - Semi Hemi
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Intercomp to ship this item.
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  • First Fully Adjustable Digital VSFT for Rocker Length & Offset
  • Infinite Adjustment & Peak Hold for Hard to Read Areas
  • Reads in Precision 5.0lb/kg Increments
  • Brass Contact to Prevent Rocker Damage
  • Fully Anodized Billet Aluminum Components
  • Comfort Grip T-Handle for Improved Accuracy & Ease of Use
  • Extremely Lightweight
  • Backlit for Night Use
  • Standard 9-Volt Battery Operation
  • Accuracy: ±0.25% of Reading Capacity: 600lb (300kg)
  • Adjustable Length: 2.6" to 3.4" (66 to 86mm)
  • Adjustable Offset: 0" to .58" (0 to 14.7mm)
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