Longacre 52-73511 Valve Spring Tester - 1400 lbs.
Heavy Duty rigid design top quality machine tool for more accurate readings makes this the best automotive valve spring tester available!
- Valve spring pressure from 0 to 1400 lbs. by 1 lb. increments
- Valve spring travel from 0.000" to 4.000" in .001" increments
- Positive stop to make repeated spring checks at the same height
- 1/10th of 1% accuracy on both spring pressure and travel
- Check valve springs up to 4 3/8" tall
- Check valve springs with or without retainer
- Spring travel and pressure can be zeroed at any point
- Quick and easy to use
- Rechargable battery with charger - run on battery or 110 volt
Metric option: Choose the metric with 220V charger option above and we'll configure it to display in kilos and substitute the appropriate charger.
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