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Isky Racing Cams 87-F 32-53 Flathead Ford Dual Valve Spring Retainers
Isky Racing Cams 87-F 32-53 Flathead Ford Dual Valve Spring Retainers

Isky Racing Cams 87-F 32-53 Flathead Ford Dual Valve Spring Retainers

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Isky Racing Cams 87-F 32-53 Flathead Ford Dual Valve Spring Retainers
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Isky Racing Cams 87-F 32-53 Flathead Ford Dual Valve Spring Retainers
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Things have changed considerably since the first Ford Flathead V8s were built more than 75 years ago, and Speedway Motors has the valve train parts you need to keep these vintage engines running on modern unleaded fuel.

Youll need these dual spring retainers if youre using heavy duty dual valve springs like our part number 450-4005. These are for serious performance and racing applications. Fits 1932-1953 Ford and Mercury Flathead V8s.

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Required when using dual springs. Used in combination with original keepers and/or retainers. 1932-53 Flathead Ford V8. Set of 16.

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  1. Dual spring retainers are required when using dual valve springs on 1932-1953 Flathead Ford V8s. Our 45087F "retainer adapters" are used in conjunction with original-style keepers and/or retainers. Designed to be used with dual valve springs like our part # 4504005.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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