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LSM Racing Products SC-100 Valve Spring Compressor
LSM Racing Products SC-100 Valve Spring Compressor

LSM Racing Products SC-100 Valve Spring Compressor

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  • Allows to the removal of valve stem springs with the heads staying on
  • Works with S/B Chevy with Jesel, T&D and Buick heads, and more
  • Has a tapered flange retainer housing that can fit springs? as small as .800" ?
  • Engineered to easily compress up to 1,000 pounds

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This is the best tool we have seen for removing valve spring with your head installed, it makes it a one man job. This tool works with S/B Chevy with Jesel, T&D and Buick heads as well as Dodge W-8 with Jesel, FE Ford - Jesel only, Chrysler Indy 440-1 head with Jesel, and the Barton Hemi exhaust only with slight modification.

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