Manley 253368-8 4130 Chromoly Swedged End Pushrods, 7.85 Inch
Chevy Small Block V8, 0.38" Tube O.D., 0.135" Wall Thickness, 7.85" Overall Length, Chromoly
Manley 4130 chromoly pushrods are perfect for your high performance engine. One-piece and constructed from chromoly steel. Meticulously formed ends with exact radii. Excellent concentricity, closely controlled length. Pushrods are heat-treated for use with guideplates. Features a black oxide finish. Sold as a set of 8.
- 0.375" diameter
- 0.135" wall thickness
- 7.85" overall length
- 4130 chromoly steel construction
- Black oxide finish
- Sold as a box of 8
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